Winter Activities - Peterborough

10 Winter Adventures in and around Thunderbay

Snow and freezing temperature can cause some hibernation, but also offers various distinctive and enjoyable activities! Thunder Bay provides visitors with a warm hospitality, appealing scenery, and… Read more »

Peterborough Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is Open for 2019 Season

Peterborough¬ Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is open for 2019 season since Jan 2. The Trent Severn Waterway and the City Peterborough offer public skating on the… Read more »

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit this Cranberry Marsh During Winter

Winter is here and mother nature is transforming before our eyes into a cozy winter wonderland! Embrace the beautiful winter months with a visit to Muskoka Lakes… Read more »

Winter Festivals in Ontario

Explore interactive ice displays, enjoy snow tubing, maple taffy, horse-drawn wagon rides, taste Ice wines and more!

10 Christmas Holiday Getaways in Ontario

Want to getaway during Christmas Break with the whole family or¬†with your special someone? You don’t have to fly South when¬†there are many wonderful opportunities in Ontario… Read more »

Places to See Magical Christmas Lights in Ontario

From spectacular illuminations that transforms the Niagara Falls area to enjoying evening stroll through picture-perfect postcard setting with close to one million lights at Upper Canada Village, Ontario is all aglow with magical lights. Although every village, town, city, and community has at least one or two house or buildings worth stopping to check out, the following light shows are definitely worth travelling to see.

Top Things to Do in Arrowhead Provincial Park During Winter

Arrowhead Provincial Park is a great visit any time of the year, but in winter, the famous skate trail nestled along the snow laden trees is not the only thing that you can do to enjoy the crisp and clear winter air.

Where to Star-Gaze without Light Pollution: Dark-Sky Preserves in Canada

Nature serves up magnificent displays of celestial eye candy, every day! But those in the cities often miss sighting these sparkling diamonds because of glaring city lights! This article lists designated parks that preserves the darkest of Canadian skies! Visit these places during days nearer to the new moon or during a celestial event for a sight to behold!