Bronte Creek Park in Oakville is part of the Ontario gradual re-opening, and starting Friday, May 15th, here is what you can expect Bronte Creek Park to look like at your visit.
As Bronte Creek Park welcomes visitors back in their first phase of reopening, there are a few things to keep in mind if you’re planning a visit.
Hours as of Friday, May 15th are 8 am till 10 pm daily.
Comfort Stations / Washrooms – Comfort stations include washroom facilities with flush toilets and handwashing facilities at this time. Before you visit, check what activities/facilities are available, avoid large groups and practice social distancing and pack what you need (e.g., water, snacks, hand sanitizer).
Hiking and Biking – are permitted
Bird watching – is permitted, bring your binoculars!
Fishing – Fish from shore only.
Parking at Bronte Creek Park is accessible, and with no staff on site, visitors can use the park for free until the end of May 2020.
Litter – Keep our parks pristine by using garbage bins or taking any trash home. There will not be staff on site to empty garbage cans and to pick up after visitors, and the last things we want to see if animal endangerment due to littering.
Closed – Camping, beaches, roofed buildings, playgrounds, water taps.
“As we continue to make progress in our fight to stop the spread of COVID-19, we are carefully and cautiously reopening the province, starting with certain businesses and retailers, and now our provincial parks and conservation reserves,” said Premier Ford. “I encourage people to get out and enjoy the outdoors, but please do so in a responsible way. Practise physical distancing and follow the rules set out by health care officials to stop the spread of this virus.”
Read the entire press release from Ontario Parks here.
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