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Chris & Lori’s guidebook

Chris & Lori

Chris & Lori’s guidebook

Sightseeing
Family-friendly spot that offers playground equipment, a splash pad & volleyball nets near the lake.
Coronation Park
1426 Lakeshore Rd W
Family-friendly spot that offers playground equipment, a splash pad & volleyball nets near the lake.
The Bronte Outer Harbour Marina is an expansive full service marina located on Lake Ontario. The Marina is nestled in the beautiful Heritage Waterfront Park in the charming Village of Bronte, Ontario, Canada. The facility includes a boat yard and fuel dock with Shell high test, regular gas and diesel available. Our marina features wide stable floating docks with both water and electrical hook up dockside.
Bronte Outer Harbour Marina
2340 Ontario St
The Bronte Outer Harbour Marina is an expansive full service marina located on Lake Ontario. The Marina is nestled in the beautiful Heritage Waterfront Park in the charming Village of Bronte, Ontario, Canada. The facility includes a boat yard and fuel dock with Shell high test, regular gas and diesel available. Our marina features wide stable floating docks with both water and electrical hook up dockside.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and is part of the Ontario Parks system. The 6.4-square-kilometre park is located at the western edge of Oakville, bordering on Burlington. The park features hiking and biking trails, cross country skiing, and a play barn
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Bronte Creek Provincial Park (Day use Entrance)
1219 Burloak Dr
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Bronte Creek Provincial Park is located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and is part of the Ontario Parks system. The 6.4-square-kilometre park is located at the western edge of Oakville, bordering on Burlington. The park features hiking and biking trails, cross country skiing, and a play barn
Neighborhoods
Established in 1834, Bronte Village (southwest Oakville) is one of the oldest Ontario communities, and arguably, one of its most scenically beautiful, having two open and publically accessible harbours – Inner and Outer. Bronte was a commercial shipping centre for grain and timber but evolved to a commercial fishing port by the 19th century. Bronte Harbour is a main access point to the Waterfront Trail system. Stroll Bronte’s spectacular Heritage Waterfront Park – harbour, boardwalk and pier, lighthouse, beach, parklands, cycling and walking trails, picnic and children’s play areas. Visit the friendly merchants or just relax and watch the boats and swans glide by. For ‘on the water’ excitement, charter a sport-fishing outing to catch trophy salmon. See the historic Sovereign House on Bronte Bluffs and the Fishermen’s Memorial at the Pier. Bronte’s marine heritage, with its “small-town” specialty shops and “big-city” health and professional services, dining options, shopping, exciting events and location midway between Toronto and Niagara, makes Bronte a great place to visit. Shop, dine, walk, bike, picnic or just sit on the grass to take in one of Bronte’s special events such as Oakville’s Canada Day – July 1st with fireworks, or Art in the Park in August.
Bronte
Established in 1834, Bronte Village (southwest Oakville) is one of the oldest Ontario communities, and arguably, one of its most scenically beautiful, having two open and publically accessible harbours – Inner and Outer. Bronte was a commercial shipping centre for grain and timber but evolved to a commercial fishing port by the 19th century. Bronte Harbour is a main access point to the Waterfront Trail system. Stroll Bronte’s spectacular Heritage Waterfront Park – harbour, boardwalk and pier, lighthouse, beach, parklands, cycling and walking trails, picnic and children’s play areas. Visit the friendly merchants or just relax and watch the boats and swans glide by. For ‘on the water’ excitement, charter a sport-fishing outing to catch trophy salmon. See the historic Sovereign House on Bronte Bluffs and the Fishermen’s Memorial at the Pier. Bronte’s marine heritage, with its “small-town” specialty shops and “big-city” health and professional services, dining options, shopping, exciting events and location midway between Toronto and Niagara, makes Bronte a great place to visit. Shop, dine, walk, bike, picnic or just sit on the grass to take in one of Bronte’s special events such as Oakville’s Canada Day – July 1st with fireworks, or Art in the Park in August.