Bronte Creek Harvest Festival

The last weekend in September was Harvest Fest once again in Bronte Creek Provincial Park. A visit to Spruce Lane Farm took guests back 100 years with Employees and ‘friends of Bronte Creek’ dressed in historical garb and demonstrating the Apple cider press, making rope, fanning Mill… as it was done in the olden days.

There was a huge patch of ripe pumpkins to pick and bring home. Children enjoyed a pony ride, farm animals, and visiting the turn of the century farmhouse. They sampled kettle corn, hot dogs, apple blossoms, and much more. Many guests visited the little barn store for a beverage or to buy maple syrup, pumpkin loaf and woodworks. There was plenty to see and do at this crisp Harvest celebration.


Written by: Leslie Styles



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