Bronte Creek Provincial Park

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Phone #: 905-827-6911
Main entrance co-ordinates: 43.40684, -79.76889
Address: 1219 Burloak Drive, Oakville, L6M 4J7
Opening seasons: January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022 / May 13, 2022, to October 23, 2022

Travel, Directions & Distances

Directions: Milton to Bronte Creek Provincial Park (camping area)via Regional Rd 25 SToronto (Pearson Airport):
Ottawa (International Airport):
Public transit:


Camping & Accomodation

Car Camping

Bronte Creek offers four different campgrounds to accommodate every type of camper. The Prairie Loop is great for larger RV’s but will also fit smaller trailers and tents well, as long they are no taller than 25 feet! All campsites at Bronte have electricity provided by a hookup on each site so you don’t need any extra gadgets like solar panels or refrigerator batteries with this setup – just some basic household appliances that most people already own anyways!. There are plenty of amenities available in close proximity including water taps (both hot & cold), comfort stations, laundry facilities, etc., which makes it easy not only while away your time here but tops off those sweat sessions after playing outdoors all day

Group Camping

Bronte Creek offers four rustic campsites. These intimate sites will accommodate 25 people and offer a remote escape for those who want to take it all in solo or with friends! The area is accessible by foot only, so you won’t need your car when visiting these serene getaways – no matter what type of journeyer YOU are!! There’s also plenty nearby including water taps (perfect if we’ve had too much wine) as well restrooms near where campers park their rigs before setting off on adventures around this picturesque tract…

Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Radio-Free Camping

Savannah Loop is radio free.

Roofed Accommodation

Roofed Accommodation Yurt

Number at Park: 3

Site Number(s) / Name: 201, 236, 239

Bronte Creek offers three yurts for rent. All three are located in the Savannah Loop which is designated as radio free.






The comfort station and water taps are located nearby. Each yurt is equipped with two sets of bunk beds and sleeps up to six people. Inside the yurt you will find a table and chairs, a broom and dust pan. Outside you will find a deck with a propane bbq, picnic table and fire pit. Each yurt has electric heating, lights and electricity.

What to Bring

Visitors are asked to bring their own bedding, cookware, dishes, food and other personal items.


There is a 2-night minimum stay and a 3-night minimum stay on long weekends.

Please note that domestic animals (pets) are not permitted in the yurt or on site and smoking is prohibited in all facilities. Cooking in yurts is not permitted.


Parking for one vehicle is included in your rental fee.

How to Reserve

Reservations can be made online or through our call centre by calling 1-888-ONT-PARK.

Hiking, Biking & Paddling


Maiden’s Blush Trail – 1 km – (Located in day use area)

The trailhead is north of the Children’s Playbarn (Lot C). This paved trail winds through mature forest and is suitable for walking, roller blading and cycling. This trail is wheelchair accessible.

Trillium Trail – 1 km – (Located in Day Use Area)

The trailhead located behind the barns of Spruce Lane Farm (Lot F). This trail is the best place in the park to see spring wildflowers and catch a breathtaking glimpse of the valley floor. The trail is wheelchair and stroller friendly.

Ravine Trail – 2.7 km- (Located in Day Use Area)
This linear path meanders along the top of the valley between Spruce Lane Farm and the picnic area by Parking Lot A. (access via Lot A or F)

Gateway Trail – 1.5 km- (located in Campground area)

Halfmoon Valley Trail – 2km (Located in Day Use Area)

Trailhead is minutes from Spruce Lane Farmhouse (lot F). Explore the Bronte Creek valley and the parks early history. It includes some steep climbs and may not be suitable for disabled visitors. MP3 audio tour available.


Maiden’s Blush Trail is a cyclist’s paradise! The gravel roads and access trails provide endless opportunities for biking throughout the park.

Maps & Resources

Local Facilities

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