Explore the most popular walking trails in Bronte Creek Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

It was a nice low impact easy trail. The route on the app was slightly confusing and next time I would just do the trails as outlined by the parks actual map itself.
Saw wildlife and ultimately had a good time. The leash free dog path was the best part!

Park costs 17.50 to park for the day.

This route uses the parks interior service road -- so while there is reduced traffic - users need to be aware of park vehicles.

Pets need to be leashed at all times while on this route.

Great route and surface for runners. More like 5 km loop.

hiking
1 month ago

This route is actually the Trillium Trail.

Starting and ending from parking lot F in Bronte Creek Provincial Park.

About a 2 km route.

Lovely in the spring for wildflowers! Trilliums, Lilly's, Mayapples and more.

All visitors are required to obtain a valid park permit... Day pass or seasonal vehicle. Dog must be leashed at all times on this trail.

There is a leash free area as you travel to parking lot F.

More information www.ontarioparks.com

This route should better be described as ravine to 1/2 Moon Valley trail. As the map actually does not mark the Trillium Trail.
This route travels the top ridge of the bronte creek ravine and then descend into it and along side the creek.
Mixed hardwood, wildflowers, birds and mammals. Cross country ski in the winter.

Dog friendly as long as they are leashed.

More info on park www.ontarioparks.com

Trail running. Single track. Hills.

Beautiful and peaceful pretty private on trails for a Saturday afternoon

Alway take my dog here! It's great that it's leash-free!

Beautiful park with a few nice trails. When it's quiet it's possible to see deer in the park. There is a large outdoor skating rink in the winter and a small farm for kids and animal lovers to explore. You can hear the highway from the forest on parts of the trails.

walking
Saturday, September 26, 2015

This park features several short hiking trails. You should note that there's tons of parking - one would suspect that on a Saturday afternoon in July the trails might end up looking more like a downtown street than a nature walk. This park is basically in Oakville and must be a real treasure for residence. There is loud road noise throughout the trails but it's quite lovely and features a working far with lots of opportunity for contact. This would be a great outing for those with little children.

It should be noted that day use for one vehicle and it's occupants is $17

walking
Saturday, September 26, 2015

The logging trail passes a historic farm house and working farm, skirts a large rolling field planted with something that might have been soy beans and into the woods. It doesn't loop and presents no real challenges. We did three trails in Bronte Creek Park today, the road noise from the QEW is pervasive throughout the trails but the sights are lovely.

walking
Saturday, September 26, 2015

Although Bronte Creek Provincial Park is definitely worth a look especially if you have small children, this trail has nothing to recommend it. It's short, not particularly interesting, and the noise from the QEW is loud and constant.

It's was good fun but it needs more technical single track trails

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