Bronte Creek Provincial Park

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1219 Burloak Drive
Oakville, Ontario


Bronte Creek Provincial Park was created in 1971. It occupies 2. 5 square miles of land and is located on the western edge of Oakville just north of the QEW and east of Burloak Drive. There are 8.2 kilometres of trails divided into 5 different trails. There is an original historic home (Spruce Lane Farmhouse) which was built in 1899. There is also barn, a large swimming pond and a campground.

Different habitats:

  • tall grass meadows
  • young predominately deciduous forests
  • old pastures
  • creek valley
  • vernal swamps
  • ponds


Natural Wildlife includes:

  • White Tailed Deer
  • Eastern Coyotes
  • Raccoons
  • Virginia Opossums
  • Small Brown Bat


Birds species:

  • Pileated Woodpecker
  • Eastern Bluebirds
  • Turkey Vultures
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Red Tailed Hawks
  • Bobolinks
  • Snow Buntings
  • Long Eared Owls
  • Northern Saw-whet Owls


Reptile Species

  • Midland Painted Turtles
  • Snapping Turtles
  • Eastern Garter Snakes
  • Northern Brown Snakes a
  • Eastern Milk Snake.
  • Spring Peepers
  • Gray Treefrogs
  • American Toads
  • Green Frogs
  • Eastern Red-backed Salamander


Fish Species:

  • Brown Trout
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brook Trout
  • Chinook, Coho and Atlantic Salmon

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