Ontario Parks

Staying Overnight in Winter

Camping & Roofed Accommodations

Winter can be surprisingly comfortable at Ontario Parks!

11 Ontario Parks offer up to 3 options for staying overnight. Most parks that offer winter camping/roofed accommodations also offer winterized comfort stations (heated with running hot water, flush toilets and showers).

  1. Trailer/tent Camping:

    • Pinery and MacGregor are open and able to be reserved year round.
    • Algonquin-Mew Lake is open year round and sites are available on a first come, first serve basis.
  2. Interior/backcountry Camping:

    • Algonquin, Killarney and Kawartha Highlands are able to be reserved year round.
    • Frontenac, Quetico, Sleeping Giant, Woodland Caribou and Wabakimi are open year round for interior/backcountry camping.
  3. Heated Roofed Accommodations:

    • Arrowhead and Silent Lake have a winter season for Yurts/Camp Cabins beginning in mid-December.
    • Windy Lake has Yurts available starting the first weekend in January.
    • Killarney, Pinery, MacGregor, and Algonquin-Mew Lake have Yurts/Camp Cabins open and able to be reserved year round.
    • Sandbanks and Sleeping Giant cottages are open and able to be reserved year round.

Book online or through our call centre

Visit our reservation page to book online or by phone.

Parks with Heated Roofed Accommodations Book Online Book by Phone
Algonquin-Mew Lake X X
Arrowhead X X
Killarney X X
MacGregor X X
Pinery X X
Quetico X X
Sandbanks X
Silent Lake X X
Sleeping Giant X
Windy Lake X X

Want to Learn how to Winter Camp?

The Friends of Frontenac offer introductory courses if you need to learn some winter camping skills. Join the winter warriors who camp whatever the season!

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