Friends of Bronte Creek Park

Programs at Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Bronte Creek offers a large selection of educational programs that run throughout the year from organized sessions for school groups to guided walks to informal drop-by programs!

 

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School Education Programs

We run a selection of school programs for different grades throughout the year. There is a reservation fee that applies to each program booked and groups must also pay the daily vehicle and/or bus admission fee on the date of their trip.

Daily Vehicle Permit $17.00
Senior Permit (65+)  $13.50
Disabled Permit (with proof of Ontario Disability Permit)  $8.50
Bus Permit    $62.50
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To view a list of school programs offered Click Here

 

 

Summer Interpretive Programs

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Numerous programs run throughout the summer months geared to a wide range of ages and interests. From nature play in Toddler Time to spinning and  weaving in our Hands on Heritage sessions to hooting for owls on a Guided Walk, there's something for everyone! Select Summer Programs on the menu to the right to see the details of what programs are offered throughout the year.

 

 

 

For a program specific schedule click on the week:
July 2 - July 9
July 9 - July 15 
July 15 - July 22 
July 22 - July 29 
July 29 - August 5
August 5 - August12
August 12 - August 19
August 19 - August 26
August 26 - September 2 (coming soon)

 

There is no charge for any of the summer programs but the daily vehicle admission rates apply.

Daily Vehicle Permit $17.00
Senior Permit (65+)  $13.50
Disabled Permit (with proof of Ontario Disability Permit)  $8.50
Bus Permit    $62.50

 

Bronte Creek Park Ranger Program

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ParkRangerEverybody wants to be a park ranger when they grow up. Now you don’t have to wait! This program is aimed to encourage kids to get out of the house and enjoy all aspects of the park. By joining the education team at any program or talking to us at Spruce Lane Farm or 

the Nature Centre kids earn stamps on their Park Ranger cards. Once they collect all 6 stamps kids will be presented with a Park Ranger embroidered badge they can sew on anything to display proudly. The colour of these badges change annually so kids can continue the learning and fun year to year!

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