About Bronte Creek


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There is no place like Bronte Creek… Surrounded by the lush greenery of Bronte Creek Provincial Park and the rich history of Oakville is the stunning nature inspired community of Bronte Creek.

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Conveniently located on Highway 25 (Bronte Road) just north of Upper Middle Road and south of Highway 5 (Dundas Street), Bronte Creek is easily accessible and close to all major arteries.

Bronte Creek is a master planned community of executive single-family homes and luxury townhomes in a magnificent neighbourhood featuring, forests, streams, rolling hills, open spaces and private woodlots.

Enjoy a creekside bike ride or nature walk through many of Bronte Creek’s gorgeous neighbourhood parks, with serene inter-connected waterways and flowing streams, weaving through wooded forests and a delightful rural backdrop.

Bronte Creek Map

Bronte Creek Provincial Park is 1690 acres in size with over 10km of fabulous nature trails, family picnic areas, The Heritage Museum, The Nature Centre, The Children’s Playbarn, Farm, Olympic size skating rink and public pool.

The Ministry of Natural Resources established Bronte Creek Provincial Park in 1972. However, it did not open its gates to the public until 1975. The Park is classified as a recreational park and offers a day-use area and a campground, which opened in July 2001. Bronte Creek receives over 250,000 visitors each year and with the opening of the campground, the park has become even more popular.

The park consists of over 10km of multi-purpose trails, 11 picnic shelters, a turn-of-the-century living history museum (Spruce Lane Farmhouse), nature centre, 144 electric service campsites, children’s playbarn, 1.8 acre pool, Olympic size skating rink and a farm.

The park itself is 684 hectares (1690 acres) in size, which makes it as large as Central Park in New York City. The park is divide by the Creek known as Bronte Creek or 12-Mile Creek. The creek valley was carved by the water of melting glaciers approximately 14, 000 years ago. Water rushed towards Lake Ontario and cut through the shale of what is now the park, leaving the large valley and creek.

Bronte Park Gazebo

Bronte Creek is:

– Only 5 minutes and 2.7 km to QEW & Bronte Road

– Only 5 minutes and 3.73 km to Ford & HWY 403 East

– Only 5 minutes and 3.70 km to Bronte Rd & HWY 407

– Only 13 minutes and 14.95 km to Brant & HWY 403 West

– Only 20 minutes and 17.83 km to Bronte Rd & HWY 401

– Situated in the most western part of Oakville, Bronte is only a short distance to the City of Burlington.

The Bronte Go Station is just a quick 8 minutes (6.8km) from Bronte Creek. Located on Wyecroft Rd.,  West of Third Line.

A  variety of great golfing courses close to Bronte Creek include: