September 22nd & 23rd was harvest time at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. This visit to Spruce Lane Farm took guests back 100 years. Employees were dressed in historical attire and did hands-on demonstrations of the apple cider press, making rope and so on. There was a huge field of pumpkins ready for picking. Guests carved their pumpkins, went for a pony ride, visited the turn of the century farmhouse, and sampled all kinds of food. There was plenty to do for young and old alike.