07 July, 2015
Healthy parks, Healthy people
Ontario has joined the world-wide Healthy Parks Healthy People
movement and is encouraging everyone to visit a provincial park to improve their health. Ontario's provincial parks will be open to the public free of charge on July 17 this year for all day-use visitors.
In Hamilton Halton Brant, that means a free day of play at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Enjoy 10km of multi-purpose trails, Spruce Lane Farm, a turn-of-the-century living history museum, a nature centre, children's playbarn and a 1.8 acre pool.
Special fun planned for July 17th
includes a guided tour of the Trillium Trail, an interactive Ask the Ranger display and a Hands-on Heritage experience at Spruce Lane Farm where guests can learn how to play Cricket.Fun fact
… Did you know that Bronte Creek Provincial Park is as large as New York City’s Central Park?