Bronte


Bronte is the community that makes up much of the west end of Oakville, in Ontario, Canada. Twelve Mile Creek (known informally as Bronte Creek) flows through the middle of town and empties into Lake Ontario. Main roads include Bronte Road (north-south), Lakeshore Road West (east-west, parallel to Lake Ontario) and Rebecca Street (east-west). Streets in the business section include Lakeshore, Jones, Marine, and Ontario Street. Bronte is also accessed via a superhighway (the Queen Elizabeth Way) located to the north of the former village. Riggs Road was planned but never opened. Other main roads include Third Line, Speers Road and Burloak Drive to the west (the latter was named after the boundary of Burlington and Oakville.)

Bronte is a former fishing village which became annexed in 1962 with the former Township of Trafalgar, forming the Town of Oakville, along with the other formerly autonomous communities, including Sheridan.


Bronte, Ontario

Local Gem:
Bronte Creek Provincial Park

  • Bronte Creek Ravine - 50 m (115 ft) deep
  • Family camping experience –from tents to large RV’s
  • 1.8 acre outdoor pool
  • Five great hiking trails that showcase the natural beauty of the park
  • Children’s Farm with live farm animals
  • Turn-of-the century Spruce Lane Farm House (c.1899)
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Excellent interpretive programs - Maple Syrup Festival in March, Ghost Walks in August, Camper Halloween and Homestead Christmas in December
  • Tobogganing, cross-country skiing (weather permitting)

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