Camping

There are a number of camping options available in Burlington and surrounding areas for those who like to enjoy nature and have amenities at your fingertips.  Bronte Creek (with its camper entrance off Bronte Rd.) has 144 electric service campsites, 3 yurts (soft walled cabins) and operates seasonally. You can camp at Kelso and Rattlesnake Point – both are Conservation Halton parks.  Kelso offers 19 pristine campsites located throughout the park that are available by reservation.  All campsites are unserviced and are large to accommodate group camping.  At Rattlesnake they have 18 spacious group sites and some can accommodate up to 60 people plus you can enjoy winter camping at this location.  In the Hamilton area you can camp seasonally at Fifty Point Conservation Area, or year round at Valens Conservation Area.

Private Camping – Burlington

There are several private campgrounds in the area including Toronto West KOA (Campbellville west of Milton) , Milton Heights Campground, Lost Forest Park and Nor-Halton Park.Getaway at KOA Toronto West - smore closeup

Learn to Camp Program

During the overnight Learn to Camp workshops, participants get on-the-(camp)ground schooling in campsite, campfire and camp-stove set-up, food preparation and storage, campsite safety and cleanliness and last but not least, how to have fun in the great outdoors. Available at Bronte Creek.

Links

Partners:

Business/Organization Name Address Phone Number Website
Bronte Creek Provincial Park 1219 Burloak Drive 905.827.6911
Bronte Creek Provincial Park Campground 3201 Upper Middle Road W 888.668.7275
Conservation Halton Parks 2596 Britannia Road W 905.336.1158
Hamilton Conservation Authority 838 Mineral Springs Road 905.525.2181
Kelso Conservation Area 5234 Kelso Road 905.878.5011
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area 7200 Appleby Line 905.854.0262
Toronto West KOA Kampground 9301 Second Line Nassagaweya 905.854.2495
Business/Organization Name Address Phone Number Website