Bronte Creek Provincial Park - little known facts


Oakville, Ontario L6M, Canada

Created By: Bronte Creek Provincial Park


Looking at the 1975 map of the park it is hard to understand why this particular section of land was identified for a provincial park. The surrounding area did not look so different then what was being preserved inside the park boundaries.

The 1998 park management plan identifies Bronte Creek Provincial Park as an oasis. An oasis for recreation that is "Nearby and Natural". Looking at the 2021 google earth view we certainly can see that the park is just that, an oasis.

Little Known Facts: In 1994, there was a controversal proposal from Oakville to lease 350 acres of Bronte Creek Provincial Park land for development of three golf courses. The community rallied to protect the land from being turned into golf courses.

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