Winter Trailblazing In Incredible Ontario

By on October 10, 2017

There are 26 provincial parks in Ontario open during the winter season and 19 Ontario parks.

One great winter destination is Algonquin Provincial Park with many trails available for winter day visitors and campers. Traverse by snowshoe or cross-country ski. Algonquin has three designated cross-country skiing trail networks with varying lengths and degrees of difficulty.

Other cross-country skiing opportunities and rentals are available at Arrowhead, Pinery, Wasaga Beach and Windy Lake. For snowshoeing opportunities and rentals consider Arrowhead, Killarney, Pinery, Wasaga Beach and Windy Lake.

Skating is available at Algonquin (Mew Lake), Bronte Creek and Pinery on large outdoor rinks. Discover unique skate trails along campground roads at MacGregor Point and Arrowhead. Skate rentals are also available here. Not sure what trail conditions might be like week to week? Visit Ontario Parks’ new Ski Report at before planning your next trip.

Looking for Outdoor Adventure in Toronto? 
Take on Rouge Park in the Rouge River Valley, the Taylor Creek Trail, a beautifully wooded 3.5 km excursion for snowshoers, or one of the York Regional Forest’s 21 trails.

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