Just because snowflakes are flying doesn’t mean you have to wait ’til spring to explore our parks again!
These southeastern parks provide plenty of wonderful close-to-home winter activities.
45 minutes from Toronto, 15 minutes from Oshawa
Darlington is open year-round for your winter adventures! Bring your snowshoes or cross-country skis and enjoy a wonderland experience close to home.
Just over 1 hour from Toronto
Open all year for day use, bring your snowshoes or cross-country skis and enjoy the calming quiet of Sibbald Point! Lake Simcoe has excellent ice fishing for perch and whitefish.
45 minutes from Kingston, 2 hours from Ottawa
Camp overnight in Frontenac’s backcountry, or stay for the day! This park offers 11 km of track-set cross-country ski trails that provide both easy slopes for novices, and sharp curves for more experienced skiers. For those who prefer snowshoeing, rentals are available.
1.25 hour from Kingston or Ottawa
Twenty kilometres of trails are available for skiing at Murphys Point, including 4 km for skate-skiing, 14 km for classic skiing, and 8 km for backcountry skiing. Two warm-up shelters will keep you comfortable on colder days.
2.5 hours from Toronto, 3 hours from Ottawa
More than 40 km of cross-country trails are available for skiing at Silent Lake. Ideal for families, each trail is colour-coded for easy recognition. A warm-up shelter is available to rest and recharge. Book one of the ten camp cabins to extend your stay!
Just over an hour away from both Ottawa and Montreal
Voyageur maintains 10 km of groomed cross-country ski trails. Arranged in 3 km, 7 km, and 10 km loops, these trails are ideal for beginner and intermediate skiers.
2.5 hours from Toronto, 1 hour from Peterborough
Try winter camping in our second-largest park in southern Ontario! Backcountry camping is available all year long if you want to get away from it all and immerse yourself in the wilderness.
2 hours from Toronto, 1.5 hours from Kingston
Open year round for day use, Presqu’ile offers 12 km of trails. Bring your snowshoes or cross-country skis and enjoy all this unique park has to offer.
Don’t forget to visit in March to see why Presqu’ile is renowned as one of the premier birding locations in Ontario!