Please note : Day use and campground areas in this park are separate; vehicles are needed to access one area from the other.
Mice, Men and Maiden's Blush 1 km (45
minutes) easy, barrier free
This trail travels over paved surface traveling through the historic,
previously logged Burkholder woods. The trail winds through areas
of pond life, forest regeneration and swamp habitat. This area is
home to many bird, plant and tree species. Visitors can enjoy rollerblading
along this trail (novice 1/2 hour).
Half Moon Valley 2
km (1 hour) easy - not barrier free
This double looped trail takes the visitor down into Bronte Creek
valley and through a sensitive wetland habitat. The trail is primarily
gravel and boardwalk with staircases at some steep sections. From
the lookout platform you can see the creek 80 feet below! Audio Trail Guide -Introduction, Post 1, Post 2, Post 3, Post 4, Post 5, Post 6, Post 7, Post 8, Post 9, Post 10, Post 11, Post 12 - Credits - Entire Trail Zip Package
Trillium Trail 1km
(45 minutes) easy, barrier free
This trail is known for its abundance of spring wildflowers. It
is especially spectacular when the Trilliums are in bloom.
Logging Trail .6
km return (15 minutes) easy, barrier free
Passing through a beech/maple woodlot, it is home to many spring
and mid-summer wildflowers.
Ravine Trail 2.7 km
(1 hour 30 minutes) easy, barrier free
The longest trail in the park cuts along side the ravine from the
north to south end of the park. Take in all of the forest habitats
of Bronte while walking through a dense coniferous forest to a scenic
ravine lookout point (a must see in the fall).
Leash Free Path 1
km (30 minutes) easy, barrier free
Let your dog run! Your dog will enjoy running through the tall grass
or exploring what is behind the next tree. Enjoy, but remember to
stoop and scoop.