Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Oakville, Ontario

Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a campground / RV park located in Oakville. Conveniently located between Niagara Falls and Toronto. 144 electric service sites, family programs, special events, hiking trails, fishing, huge outdoor swimming pool and petting zoo. Campground open April - October. day-use area open year round.

Local dining options close to Bronte Creek Provincial Park include China Star, J'N'J'S Cookhouse, Red Maple Chinese Buffet, and Sweetsmoke Barbecue And Grill.

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Address and Location details

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1219 Burloak Drive

Tel: (905) 827-6911
Fax: (905) 637-4120

Reviews for Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Oakville

2 / 10 based on 1 review

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2 OUT OF 10 Reviewer: Not provided - Sat 28 Jun 2008

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

There was nothing to do at the campground, no bike trails. It was very dirty at the bathrooms/ fact I was going into a shower as they were coming out from cleaning and there was junk still in the shower..gross! There were no bike trails, although on the web site it said there were trails and biking. What they fail to inform people of is that you have to go through the city to get to the day use area where all the trails are...make sure you have a way of getting all your bikes there. Also, there is only one dumping station and the grade of the ground at the drain slopes away from your trailer so you are not able to dump it fully...

If I had to say anything good about this park it would be that the sites were completely grass...which kept a cleaner area...

The sites are surrounded by tall grasses and poison ivy is growing at the can't even play ball as it always ends up in the grasses. Watch out for ticks.

In the end we found we were always on the go for lack of anything to do there and it was not relaxing.


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