BRONTE CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK
As Halton Region's only provincial park, Bronte Creek is located in Oakville, Ontario, and boasts over eight kilometers of trails that wind through forests and fields and follow the Bronte Creek ravine. The Park also offers a variety of family-friendly activities such as camping, Spruce Lane Farm, Big Red Play Barn, and the Children's Farm. You'll also find amenities like sheltered picnic areas, a disc golf course, a pool, and ample (paid) parking.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a hiking favourite for many of Halton's residents because the relatively level and well-maintained trails cater to hikers of all ages and skill levels. Many of Bronte Creek's trails are relatively stroller-friendly and pet-friendly (dogs must remain leashed). But what makes Bronte unique is the two leash-free areas (one in the day-use area and one in the campground) which allow hikers to walk with their dogs off-leash.
Use the map below to locate Bronte Creek Provincial Park and get driving directions.
Visit Bronte Creek Provincial Park's website.
Mostly flat terrain with a few small hills. Half-Moon Valley Trail has a wooden staircase.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park is very kid-friendly, the trails are relatively stroller- and wagon-friendly.
There are restrooms on-site.
Paid parking is ample (view fees)
.5km off-leash trail loop on the day-use side and a 2km loop on the campground side.
Spruce Lane Farm is home to several different animals like goats, cows, pigs, and turkeys.
Browse through photos of Bronte Creek Provinicial Park taken by fellow Halton Hiker members.