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Camping and roofed accomodation

Winter in our parks is a beautiful time. It’s quiet and still. The air is fresh.

Fourteen parks offer overnight stays through the winter catering to every style from heated roofed accommodations to trailer and tent camping.

Most parks that offer overnight stays in the winter also offer winterized comfort stations (heated with running hot water, flush toilets and showers).

Roofed accommodations:

For those looking for a more comfortable winter stay, 10 parks offer heated roofed accommodations.

Parks with Heated Roofed Accommodations Yurts Rustic Cabins Camp Cabins Cottages
Algonquin - Mew Lake 7
Arrowhead 10
Killarney 6 2
MacGregor Point 12
Pinery 12 1
Quetico 3
Sandbanks 2
Silent Lake 7 10
Sleeping Giant 5
Windy Lake 4 2

Winter backcountry camping is considerably more challenging and carries more risk than in the summer. Please hold off on winter backcountry unless you’re a more experienced camper and consult our winter safety page for more information.

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!