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Ontario Winter Camping Destinations

Publish Date: Jan 10, 2024 Author: Ashley Rego Category: Travel

Winter or "cold-weather" camping is one of the rising trends we're seeing in 2024. Although it';s not for everyone, there's a lot that winter camping has to offer. From scenic views to stunning wildlife and endless winter activities, cold-weather camping can be just as enjoyable as camping in the warmer seasons. Ontario has some really great parks that are open year-round and we've rounded up some of the parks you need to see if you're considering camping this winter. 

Algonquin Provincial Park

Located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River, Algonquin is coinsidered to be the oldest provincial park in Canada. It is popular for their year round outdoor activities, not to mention stunning scenery and amazing wildlife. They offer RV and tent camping access all year round and there are a number of different activities to enjoy. 

Pinery Provincial Park 

Pinery Provincial Park is located on Lake Huron near Grand Bend and is a great location for winter camping. in addition to several tent and trailer sites, they offer many winter activities like snowshoeing, hiking, tobogganing  skating and more. 

MacGregor Point Provincial Park

Located off Lake Huron near Port Elgin, Ontario, MacGregor Point is the perfect all-season destination for camping. Visitors can enjoy winter camping with year-round tent and trailer sites that offer electric hook-ups. In addition to camping, it offers many unique winter activities including a 400 metre skating oval. 

Silent Lake Provincial Park 

Silent Lake is exactly how it sounds. It;s a quiet and peaceful park that allows you to explore the beauty of winter camping. Not only does it offer both electric and non-electric sites year-round, it has more than 34 kilometers of groomed winter cross-country ski trails.  

Arrowhead Provincial Park 

Just minutes from Huntsville, Ontario, Arrowhead Provincial Park offers three different winter campgrounds. It is well-known for it's winter activities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and it's biggest draw for visitors is it's 15 kilometer skate trail that weaves through the forest.   


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