SNOW is an unbelievably beautiful substance! It’s no wonder that as residents of the #TrueNorth have learned to embrace snow as a frozen playground. Carving up this blanket of white brings out the playful kid out in all of us! Here are some family-friendly activities for intrepid cold-weather observers and couch-loving, fireside frozen alike.
When the winter sunsets overlooking Lake Simcoe are so fabulous at your accommodation, you name a room after it! The ‘Winter Room’ at Moorelands Station B & B is family ready. After a full breakfast to start your day, Winter guests often enjoy ice fishing on Lake Simcoe followed by time by the fire with a hot beverage around a cozy fireplace.
Whether you’re 9- or 90-years old, nearby Floyd Hales Fish Huts will outfit you with everything your family needs for your ice fishing excursion. Don’t forget to bring in warm clothes, and a bag to bring your catch home in.
Whether you walk, hike, cross-country ski, snowshoe, or winter bird watch, nearby Beaver River Wetland Trail is part of The Great Trail that stretches across Canada. Fun fact: the trail is built upon the flat, wide bed of the historic Toronto and Nipissing Railway (T&NR) dating back to the late 1800’s when it supplied the Toronto Distillery District with wood and wheat.
Complete your trail visit with a side trip into Holy Grounds Café and Eatery and let the barista whip you up something wonderful, warm and your hands.