Affordable March Break activities are planned at Ontario Parks. They include a maple syrup festival, two birdwatching celebrations, and one of Ontario’s most unique ski events. Continue reading March Break at Ontario Parks
Weather conditions are looking ideal for next Saturday’s Sleeping Giant Loppet. Unlike past years, Peter Crooks, the chief groomer has no stress! The park trails have a deep base and have been groomed consistently all season. It’s going to be a memorable year as elite local and international skiers vie for the $1,000 grand prize in the 50 km free event. Families and students skiing the 8 km Mini-Loppet will have a chance to howl and ski along with Lakehead University’s mascot “Wolfie”. Continue reading One week to the Sleeping Giant Loppet!
Hello early birds! The early registration deadline for the Sleeping Giant Loppet is fast approaching. Register by February 6th to take advantage of the lowest entry fee. This annual loppet offers distances of 8 km, 20 km, 35 km or 50 km Continue reading Sleeping Giant Loppet – Early Bird Registration!
An old fashioned Christmas
Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville is open year round and always has exciting things for families to do. Every weekend until December 23, families can book a special Homestead Christmas and step back to the year 1900. Continue reading Winter family fun at Ontario Parks