Winter in Wasaga Beach

You may have been to Wasaga Beach in the summer, but did you know that Wasaga Beach turns into a winter wonderland that is perfect for outdoor adventures in the colder months?

Learn all about the local gems in Wasaga Beach to check out this winter down below:

Cross-country ski at Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

Wasaga Beach offers some amazing terrain for skiing in Central Ontario with over 30 km of groomed trials. Experienced skiers can challenge themselves on the High Dunes Trail, while beginner skiers can enjoy the Blueberry Trail. The Wasaga Nordic & Trail Centre, typically open until March, offers equipment rentals, day passes, light refreshments and shelter to take a break and warm up!

To check trail conditions , please visit the Ontario Parks website here.

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park has great cross-country ski trails to explore with your loved ones

Snowmobiling

Enjoy winter in Wasaga Beach by planning a self-guided snowmobile tour and ride the M.O.S.T. (Mid-Ontario Snowmobile Trails)!

For more information, please click here and/or here.

Note: Please make sure to check conditions before heading out on the trails.

Wasaga Beach Snowmobile Trails

Stop by for some sweets

Stop by Grandma’s Beach Treats to grab a treat before continuing your winter getaway in Wasaga Beach!

Fun fact: Check out their Facebook page when you’re in town – every day they select a different name to win a treat. If they select yours, you can stop by that day and get a free ice cream cone or butter tart!

Stop by and try one of their award-winning butter tarts!

Stay the Night

Luau Resort is located right on the shores of the scenic Nottawasaga River and is a short distance from local trails, shops and restaurants. Cozy up by the fire at Luau Resort after a long day of exploring the trails and plan your adventures for the next day – there is so much to explore in South Georgian Bay!

Warm up after a day on the trails at Luau Resort

 

For more information on winter activities in South Georgian Bay, click here.

For more information on Wasaga Beach Tourism, please click here.

 

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