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This month’s FREE digital download was taken at wonderful winter camping destination, Quetico Provincial Park.
Living in Toronto can make nature feel a million miles away.
This is especially true in the winter, when the closeness of the buildings, the busy streets, and the slush limit the best that winter has to offer – tranquility, wide-open spaces blanketed in snow, and room to play.
In truth, however, the natural world is never too far away. Several provincial parks are open all winter and offer easy day visits for city-dwellers.
We’ve partnered with our road-trip loving friends at Subaru Canada to share some of the top parks near Toronto you need to check out:
Today’s post comes from Brianne Brothers, a zone ecologist from our southwestern parks.
Ah, snow. A substance that truly embodies what it means to be Canadian.
While many of us struggle with the idea of enjoying something that inflicts hard physical labour and white-knuckled driving, it truly is clean, fresh, and beautiful.
In that light, please grab a cup of coffee and a cozy window seat, and let’s explore the science of snow.
Just outside Thunder Bay, Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park offers a variety of fun winter activities for day-use visitors of every sort.
Here are four reasons you need to add this park to your list this winter:
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With its breathtaking, snow-covered landscapes and kilometres of ski trails for all skill levels, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park stands out in northwestern Ontario as a snowy paradise.
Here are four awesome reasons to visit this winter wonderland, only an hour east of Thunder Bay:
So you’re no stranger to camping but want a new adventure? Or maybe you’ve invested some money in winter camping gear?
Congratulations! Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park offers the perfect opportunity for those looking to get into winter camping.
Just a couple hours outside of the GTA and three hours west of Ottawa, any weekend warrior looking for a new adventure will hear this park calling their name.
Here’s everything you need to know to make your foray into winter camping at Kawartha Highlands memorable, safe, and successful:
From its snow-blanketed forests to its wide range of outdoor activities, Silent Lake Provincial Park is the ultimate winter destination for families.
Here are five reasons you need to stop by this winter:
If you haven’t explored a snow-covered MacGregor Point Provincial Park, you don’t know what you’re missing!
The ice skating trail is the premier winter attraction, but MacGregor Point also offers skiing, snowshoeing, camping and other winter fun!
Start the year right with a cozy staycation!
Stay warm in one of our roofed accommodations, and enjoy all that winter has to offer! We have cabins, cottages, and yurts available, especially for midweek visitors!
Accommodations featured below were available as of December 16, 2023.