Built on the traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Bronte Harbour was completed 22 years after the fishing village of Bronte was founded in 1834 where the Twelve Mile Creek met the vast waters of Lake Ontario.
For thousands of years, the waterway was used by the original inhabitants as a means of transportation, source of agriculture, hunting and fishing for sustenance and commerce. After European settlement, Bronte became a busy Lake Ontario port, exporting wheat, building ships, and developing a thriving commercial fishery and stonehooking industry.
As industry in Bronte Harbour flourished, so did recreation and residential. The village enjoyed recreational boat racing, including the fisherman’s regatta that took place every summer. By the 1950’s Bronte Harbour became known as a summer resort location for vacationing families from Toronto and the surrounding areas.
Bronte today is a desirable lakeside community with properties that range from charming historical homes, rental apartments, to luxurious waterfront developments. Positioned between Toronto and Hamilton, Bronte provides an idyllic escape from big city life while not being too far away from major urban centres. With several parks, schools, grocery stores and amenities, Bronte Village is a popular place to raise a family or retire. Bronte has excellent sports and recreational activities. Nearby campgrounds, miles of walking and biking trails, tennis, sport fishing/cruises and watersports and public pools attract residents and visitors of all ages. Oakville and Bronte area residents enjoy a higher-than-average household income and property values remain high, making it one of the most liveable communities in Ontario. Hundreds of unique and chain businesses operate and thrive in this relaxed and picturesque waterfront community.
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