Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Rules for Dog Owners
Bronte Creek Provincial Park welcomes well-behaved dogs and offers 2 designated leash-free trails that dogs can explore with their owners. Dogs must be on a leash when not on a designated leash-free trail. Download a park map to find the location of these special trails (look for the Green Trails).
Please note that cyclists, hikers and joggers also use the lease-free trails. We ask that all park visitors respect others. If you need to give way to cyclists or joggers please move off to the right hand side in single file.
Other rules for dog owners:
Maximum 2 dogs (per owner) off leash at any one time in our designated leash free areas
You must pick up after your dog and dispose of the bag in the proper waste bins
Always keep dogs on a leash no longer than 2 metres (6 feet) in length, unless in a designated off-leash area or designated roofed accommodation
Do not allow dogs to damage or disturb park vegetation and wildlife
Do not leave dogs unattended or allow them to make excessive noise
No part of the creek is designated leash free
Provincial Parks are special areas set aside to protect the natural and cultural features of the province. By following the provincial rules you are helping to ensure parks stay clean, safe and natural for generations to come.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.