Trailblazers can take advantage of either groomed, marked trails or rugged backcountry trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or hiking in 18 different provincial parks. The Ontario Parks online ski report provides up-to-date information on trail conditions, the number of kilometres of groomed trails, and trail grooming updates.
Check out our winter programs and special events.
- Learn about winter camping during instructional weekends at Frontenac Provincial Park.
- Join nearly 1,000 people of all ages and abilities at the popular Nordic Sibley Ski Tour on the first weekend in March at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.
- Ski, mush or skijor (skiing cross-country pulled by dogs) across Quetico Provincial Park’s beautiful lakes at the annual Cross Quetico Lakes Tour, taking place mid- to late March.
- Go dogsledding with commercial operators in parts of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Ontario Parks has plenty of winter activities and special programs to participate in. Visit our website for more listings, opening and closing dates and winter camping accommodation details.
Winter has arrived – enjoy Ontario’s natural winter wonderland!