Bronte Village Business Directory
By the 1950’s Bronte Harbour became known as a summer resort location for vacationing families from Toronto and the surrounding areas. While there were some cottages built specifically to meet this new demand, it was not uncommon for low-income Bronte residents to move out of their homes for a period of time so that they could rent to families on holiday. Today, Bronte Harbour serves as a waterfront destination for families to enjoy boating, kayak, canoe, seadoo, trophy sportfishing, bird watching and photography, cycling the trails and strolling the boardwalk.
The Waterfront Trail is one of seven historic trails in Oakville. This trail was built upon many existing First Nations trail systems that were in place for thousands of years prior to European settlement. The Waterfront Trail was first constructed in 1995 and at the time was 350km long. Today the tail stretches over 1600km along the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Niagara, Detroit and St. Lawrence Rivers, the Waterfront Trail connects 86 communities and over 405 parks and natural areas including wetlands, forests and beaches. Created to protect, celebrate and reconnect people to our Great Lake waterfronts, the Trail has become a well-loved and used recreation, fitness and green transportation amenity and a world-renowned tourism attraction. Enjoy the Trail for a quick stroll or as part of a multi-day, long-distance adventure.
World Class Salmon & Trout fishing for all to enjoy at affordable rates.
Professionally crewed fishing charters, corporate events and pleasure cruises for groups up to 20 or more. Our spacious and comfortable fully equipped sportfishing yachts enhance your experience.
Leave the details to Boomers. No fishing experience required.
Fishermen get free entry into the Great Ontario Salmon Derby, a $113 value
At BHYC you are a stranger but once. Whether you enjoy pleasure sailing, cruising, racing, paddling or power boating, you will find it here. Relax and enjoy the warm and family-friendly atmosphere at the club nestled in the heart of Bronte Village. The Club is open weekends and weekdays all year round.
Bronte Harbour Yacht Club is a self-help Yacht Club operated by a volunteer Board of Directors established in 1962. We are located at the mouth of Bronte Creek in charming and historic Bronte Village and within walking distance of a variety of restaurants, boutiques, parks, beaches, and more. Public transportation is steps away. In addition, the Metro Marine building beside Bronte Creek provides marine services including boat repairs, haul-out and storage.
The BHYC Learn to Sail program offers courses for Youth Sailors (6-17 years) and Adults (18 years and older). We also have an active cruising program for sailors with destinations all over Lake Ontario. Cruises feature organized meals, sightseeing and events for both new and seasoned cruisers.
Visit our website for more details.
The newest marina on Lake Ontario, 420 stable state of the art floating docks – Fuel Dock – pumpout – Secure marina with electronic access system, 15, 30 and 50 amp shorepower – 50 tonne Travelift and Mast Crane – Winter storage – Large clean Washroom and Shower Facility – Floating Picnic Docks w/BBQ’s – Deep water marina
National One Design Sailing Academy is a specially designed learn to sail, learn to cruise and learn to race program for adults. The uniqueness of the program acknowledges that adults learn differently than their children and their desire to sail comes from a desire to find a new challenge in their lives, meet and socialize with new like minded adults and make new friends.
The National One Design Sailing Academy’s program follow the Sailing Canada and Ontario Sailing Association’s Learn to Cruise / Learn to Race programs entitling students to Sail Canada qualification certificates at the completion of the program. All instructors are qualified and certified by Sail Canada and the Ontario Sailing Association, are fully insured and our Flying Tiger Keel boats meet all applicable safety standards and provide an exhilarating, fun yet comfortable adult sailing experience.
The National One Design Sailing Academy’s program runs through the entire summer with the goal of creating sailors that are competent in various crew positions on a keel boat and introducing it’s adult students to the joys and camaraderie in the sailing fraternity creating opportunities for a life time of new adventures.
Visit our website, call or e-mail us for more information and join us this summer!!
Fish for these varieties in beautiful Lake Ontario
• Coho-Chinook • Atlantic Salmon • Rainbow Trout • Brown Trout • Lake Trout
Weekday and weekend trips available Corporate team building charters available Tradebank member
JOIN US AT THE GREAT ONTARIO SALMON DERBY JULY 6 – AUGUST 24
Salmon Derby tickets supplied. Prizes available to be won for those who catch the biggest salmon ($100 value per person)
We supply all tackle and offer full and half day packages for groups of 1 to 6 persons. Larger groups can be accommodated.
Let’s go fishing with Captain Doug
Osprey Charter Fishing is a coast guard approved
fishing boat offering daily fishing trips out
of picturesque Bronte Harbour in Oakville.
F45 Training is a circuit based, high intensity interval training in a group setting. Each 45 min session is lead by 2 highly qualified personal trainers to ensure you get the most out of each session. Each workout is different and with 29 themes and over 3000 exercises you will never do the same workout twice.
Your ride is our success!
Wheels of Oakville is your single source for all road cycling and triathlon needs. Improving your cycling performance is a key facet to our business, and our knowledgeable specialists will address any bike specific, clothing and component questions. We establish that vital link between progressive cycling technology, manufacturer and cyclist. Wheels of Oakville has a unique approach of transparency and openness when building your ultimate dream bike. We invite you to browse our manufacturer links to see the bikes we carry.