Ontario’s provincial parks offer something for everyone in winter.
From cross-country skiing to skating, from winter camping to snowshoeing, Ontario’s provincial parks have such a wide variety of fun family activities, you’ll never get bored this winter.
Here are some examples:
- Experience night skating on a lit 400-metre trail through the woods at MacGregor Point Provincial Park or check out the skating trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park that winds through the park campground or the Olympic-sized skating rink at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
- Learn to dogsled in Algonquin Provincial Park.
- Participate in a snowshoe workshop in Frontenac Provincial Park which includes a guided hike on one of the park’s 100 kilometres of trails.
- Take part in the cross-country skiing loppet at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park. The eight-kilometre mini loppet is perfect for families, children and rookies.
- In 2013, Ontario’s provincial parks received more than 8.5-million visits from people around the world.
- Some parks offer roofed accommodations in the winter.
- Let Frontenac Provincial Park give you some tips on winter camping.
- Skating is available in several Ontario parks.
- Visit www.OntarioParks.com to find out more about what’s going on in provincial parks this winter.
- Check out the Ski Trail Report.
- See the online Ontario Parks Guide or get a printed copy by calling 1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746).