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Free day-use at all Ontario Parks. We are opening our doors to everyone in Ontario; there will be no charge for day-use visitation during the celebration (except our pool). Bronte Creek Provincial Park is hosting events and activities that encourage people to visit parks and be active. Explore the park, sample our facilities and services or enjoy a fun event in a great natural setting!
More detailed information will be posted on our Facebook page closer to the date.
2020 activities are currently in development.
The 2019 line up was:
Pilates 8:30am - 9:00am
Yoga 10:00am - 11:00am
Guided Meditation 11:00am
Learn to Disc Golf 10:00am - 3:00pm
Slackline demonstrations and lessons 5:00pm - 7:00pm
#HikOga (HikeYoga) 7:00pm
Learn to Camp - activities 10:00am - 3:00pm
Friends of Bronte Creek - Plant a seed activity
Friends of Bronte Creek - serving up Cotton Candy! Funds raised go to support project in Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Nature Centre 10:00am - 4:00pm
Racoon mystery box activity TBA
Spruce Lane Farm 10:00am - 4:00pm
Hand on Heritage TBA
*Additional charge per person applies for pool access open 11am - 6pm weather permitting.
Daily Vehicle fee has been waived for today only at ALL Provincial Parks.
The daily pool entry fee, equipment rental and camping fees still apply.
Yes, the park will be open on January, 1st for you and your family to enjoy a hike... your #FirstDayHike.
Start the New Year on the right foot, by getting a jump start burning off those extra holiday calories in the great outdoors!
We hope that this First Day Hike will encourage you and your and family to not only welcome the coming year, but to resolve to spend more time in the outdoors, exercising and connecting with nature.
Don’t forget to tag us when you share photos of your #FirstDayHike!
A First Day Hike is a fun and healthy way to kick off 2020. Join us for New Year’s Day snowshoe on the Noisy Bay hiking trail. Bring snowshoes, appropriate clothing, snacks, and water. Please meet at the Wawa Community Centre at 1 pm.
For more information, Bob Elliott, 705-856-0484 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for various activities throughout the day in celebration of Healthy Parks Healthy People day.
Start the new year off right by getting outside and enjoying nature on a "first day hike". Stay tuned for more information about our hike at the park!
Reserve your site as early as 5 months in advance to spend the winter break at this popular park.
A First Day Hike is a fun and healthy way to kick off the New Year, and fits neatly into our Healthy Parks, Healthy People initiative. The concept is simple: on January 1, get outside with friends and family for a hike or snowshoe. So, to kick off 2020, why not join us for an easy to moderate New Year’s Day hike from 1 to 3 pm? By taking part, you’ll also be entitled to enter a draw to win a Grand Prize valued at $500 courtesy of SAIL and/or a 2020 Seasonal Pass. Kids and leashed pets welcome!
Where/when/what to bring: Please meet at the Main Winter Parking Lot in time for a 1pm departure. The walk will take up to 2 hours and will be followed by hot drinks and light refreshments at our heated chalet. Please be sure to dress appropriately – a limited number of plastic snowshoes will be available by reservation. Please note that a valid day-use permit ($12.25 regular/$9.75 senior per vehicle) is required. Permits will be available (cash only) at the parking lot. For further information or to reserve snowshoes, please contact Mark at 613-267-5060 x233.
Staff will be at the trailhead with a campfire for you to warm your hands on the way in and take a cup of hot apple cider on your way out. There will be prizes for those who choose to come join us for the hike thanks to our generous sponsor SAIL.
Start 2020 off by enjoying the outdoors and getting some fresh air. Take a self guided hike through our Maidenhair Fern trail to see our mature Sugar Maple and Beech trees and the wooded wetland with its Green Ash, Silver Maple and Eastern White Cedar trees. Spot some black capped chickadees, northern cardinals, blue jays and dark eyed juncos throughout the forest; these birds don't fly south for the winter and feed on tree and grass seeds.
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July 17, 2020
Free day-use in all Provincial Parks
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