BRUCE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK, Tobermory
The crystal clear water is especially bright against the snow-covered trees, making this a picture perfect time to visit. Bonus – this popular summer destination is much quieter in the winter, giving you more time to have this natural wonder to yourself.
BLUE MOUNTAIN RESORT, COLLINGWOOD
Take on winter on the slopes and spend a day skiing Blue Mountain’s 42 trails. Afterwards, warm up in the many shops and restaurants in the village.
LAKE OF BAYS, MUSKOKA
From a game of pond hockey, to a hike by the frozen lake, fun and fresh air are a guarantee on Lake of Bays.
HIAWATHA HIGHLANDS, SAULT STE MARIE
Craving a cross-country ski through a snow covered forest? Hiawatha Highlands is home to over 45 km of Ski trails (2 km are lit until 10:00 PM) and is the quintessential winter wonderland you’ve been dreaming of.
For a quintessential Canadian winter experience, head to Algonquin to admire the snow-blanketed forests and wintry vistas (plus keep an eye out for the wildlife who call the park home)
Be sure to be safe when exploring Ontario in the winter. Here’s some safety tips for enjoying the outdoors in the winter from Ontario Parks.
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