|Snow Depth||10 cm|
|New Snow||0 cm|
|Number of Trails||2|
|Total Length of Trails||12 km|
|Open Trails (total length)||12 km|
|Track Set Trails (total length)||12 km|
|Skate Set Trails (total length)||0 km|
|Warm Up Shelters?||No|
|Link to Map||Map|
All activities are dependent on favourable weather and surface conditions.
The park is open year-round for day use Current Hours of Operation for the winter are 9:00am until 4:00pm.
We know how much people love to visit Ontario Parks for day use as a way to spend time outdoors, get fresh air and stay healthy, but we are asking that you only visit and enjoy a provincial park or conservation reserve close to home. Please do not travel outside of your area to visit.
The ICE SKATING TRAIL is CLOSED for the season.
The ICE RINK is CLOSED for the season. PLEASE NOTE: We are not accepting reservations for day use. Availability will be on a first come first served basis.
The ICE RINK is CLOSED for the season.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not accepting reservations for day use. Availability will be on a first come first served basis.
Snowshoe trails are CLOSED today.
Ski trails are CLOSED today and include Deer Run Ski Trail and Tomsett Ski Trail. Hikers and snowshoers are prohibited from using the groomed ski trails as their deep impressions destroy the even base needed to optimize ski trail conditions. In addition, dogs are not permitted on groomed ski trails or ice surfaces, however, there are ungroomed areas of the park where pets would be permitted. MacGregor Point’s ski trails are not groomed on a daily basis, but will be groomed as often as time and conditions permit.
For information about winter safety and other winter activities in Ontario Parks, go to our Winter Experience Page.Winter Safety and Activities