Treat your family to a self-guided snowmobile tour and ride the M.O.S.T. (Mid-Ontario Snowmobile Trails)! Just a short ninety minute drive from the City of Toronto, find an abundance of snow and small town hospitality. Don’t hesitate, come Ride the “8”

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Winter Hiking
Wind through a winter wonderland of ancient parabolic sand dunes and snow-capped pines along the Ganaraska Trail. Offering stunning views of the Nottawasaga River deep below in the valley, a winter hike along the trails will not disappoint! From Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, the trail meanders through the valley of the McIntyre Creek and passes along quiet country roads to Smithdale, east of Glen Huron, where it connects with the Mad River trail section. The Wasaga Beach section is fairly easy to use with a few hills, making it great for novices and those out for a more leisurely stroll.

The longest freshwater beach in the world transforms to a dramatic ice sculpted landscape in the winter. Follow the Shore Lane Trail along the waterfront for spectacular views of the ice formations as the water and ice crash upon the shore. For safety’s sake, do not climb on the ice formations as they are not stable, giving way at any moment.

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Wasaga Beach is your winter wonderland!

Full of hidden gems, outdoor adventures, family festivities and culinary delights, discover a new way to celebrate the season! From snowmobiling to cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and festive events, make Wasaga Beach your destination for winter fun!

Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park offers some of the most exciting Nordic ski terrains in Central Ontario with over 30 kilometers of groomed trails. Expert skiers can challenge themselves on the High Dunes Trail while beginner skiers can choose the more leisurely Blueberry Trail.

In addition to Nordic skiing, snowshoeing is also available with a recently updated 10 km trail system.

The Wasaga Nordic & Trail Centre offers modern equipment rentals, light refreshments, with a warm-up, and outback ski shelters to warm up a lunch on a crisp winter day. Quiet skiers/snowshoers will be rewarded with wildlife viewing as white-tailed deer and winter birds are abundant.

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Winter Warmers
Indulge your senses with local culinary delights and seasonal flavours at one of Wasaga Beach’s many restaurants and cafes. 

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Women with Snowshoes

Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding
Did you know that Wasaga Beach is located only 30 minutes from most of Ontario’s best slopes?
Centrally located, Wasaga Beach is within easy reach of a number of premier downhill skiing and snowboarding spots. It’s the perfect base for your winter getaway!

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Snow Valley  

Horseshoe Resort

Mount St. Louise Moonstone

Blue Mountain Resort 

  Hot Chocolate

Welcome the holiday season with a weekend of holiday fun in Wasaga Beach. November 25th the party starts at 5:00 pm with the Santa Clause Parade and annual tree lighting and continues on November 26th with Funderland, a winter wonderland! Enjoy live entertainment, activities, crafts, treats and great community partners to put you in the holiday spirit.

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Snowman Mania
Snowman Mania is the celebration of the season! February 16 to 19th enjoy a winter carnival full of family fun in Wasaga Beach. With indoor and outdoor activities, live music and a festive atmosphere, there is something for everyone.

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