Ontario Parks Snow Report
Last Updated: 28/01/2023
Facilities at park
|Snow Depth||0 cm|
|New Snow||0 cm|
|Number of Trails||2|
|Open Trails (total length)||0 km|
|Track Set Trails (total length)||0 km|
|Skate Set Trails (total length)||0 km|
The Deer Run Trail (4.6 km) and the Tomsett Trail (5.9 km) are track-set trails that suit both novice and experienced cross-country skiers.
Snowshoes and dogs are not permitted on groomed ski trails.
|Trail Name||Trail Conditions||Trail Type||Last Groomed|
Deer Run Ski Trail
(4.6 km, loop)
Tomsett Ski Trail
(5.9 km, loop)
|Skating Rink Status||Closed|
There is a large ice pad available that is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
|Skating Trail Condition||Closed|
The 400-metre skating trail provides an unforgettable experience. The skating trail is open from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm and the park turns on trail lights for night skating daily.
|Trail Name||Trail Conditions||Last Groomed|
Huron Fringe Trail
(1 km, loop)
Lake Ridge Trail
(4 km, loop)
(3.5 km, loop)
For information about winter safety and other winter activities in Ontario Parks, go to our Winter Experience Page.Winter Safety and Activities