This isn't your usual provincial park in a wilderness setting. Bronte Creek is located within Oakville adjacent to new subdivisions (houses can be seen to the north just over the top of a berm). About a quarter of the sites are forested, the rest are in open fields. Privacy was reasonably good when we stayed there for a week in early July as the grasses and wildflowers were allowed to grow to about 4 or 5 feet in height and blocked views when sitting at a table. Washrooms and showers were clean during the week when the campground wasn't busy; they became messy on the weekend when the park was full (the campsite was only about 1/3 full during the week).
The big positive for the park is the ease of visiting Toronto via GO Train at the Bronte station (less than a 10 minute drive away). There is lots of shopping nearby and some nice hiking trails within the campground section of the park.
Negatives include the high campground fees Ontario charges for their parks ($42 plus HST for an electric site - all are electric here). There is no Wi-Fi; the closest is at a Starbucks about 5 minutes away. Ontario tends to double up on electric hook-ups so i's wise to carry an extension cord. The campground is also not well signed when driving north off the QEW on Bronte Rd. Turn west on Upper Middle Rd. off Bronte Rd. and drive to the end of the end of Upper Middle Rd. to a small paved road which is the park entrance (the sign will be visible at that point).
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