Maiden’s Blush Trail is barrier-free. All washroom facilities have barrier-free access. There are two campsites designated as barrier-free.
Our Day-Use Area has nine comfort stations with running water and flush toilets.
The two campground comfort stations are centrally located and equipped with running water, flush toilets, showers and coin operated laundry machines.
Bronte Creek offers day-use everyday of the year except Christmas day.
All washroom facilities at Bronte Creek are equipped with running water and flush toilets.
Coin Laundry is available at the two comfort stations at the campground.
The park store is open from the last weekend in June until Labour Day. The park store sells Ontario Parks merchandise and items that you may have forgotten when packing for your day outing. The store also sells fresh food concession items and sundries.
The Park has two leash free areas; one is a .5 km loop located in the Day-Use area and one 2 km loop in the Campground.
There are 11 picnic shelters available for rental between the 2nd weekend in June and Labour Day. The shelters are first-come first-served for the remainder of the year. All shelters have large charcoal BBQ grills for use. (must supply own charcoal)
The park store offers sport ball rentals in the summer.
Bronte Creek has two visitor centres.
The Nature Centre is where visitors can learn about glaciers and wildlife or meet for special outings such as spirit walks or coyote howls.
Spruce Lane Farm House is the centre of the annual Maple Syrup Festival and Victorian Christmas Program. During the summer months you can chat with the staff in period costume about life in the early 1900s and witness some of the activities from that time.