We often associate going to the park with the summertime, but who says summer gets to have all of the fun? There are so many Ontario parks that stay open all year, or nearly all year, so that you can enjoy hiking trails, camping, and breathtaking views, no matter what the temperature outside is.\nWith the fall views beginning to fade and turn more wintry along with the weather, it's time to figure out where you can still go for your dog walks, romantic hikes, or just to get some outdoor exercise when the cold hits!\nThe best thing about this is that as well as the beautiful winter views, many of these parks have special winter activities as well, such as snowshoeing or outdoor skating trails.\nSo if you're looking for great places to get outdoors and enjoy the beauty of Canada, don't rule out those winter months.\nHere are seven all-season parks across the province where you can banish those winter blues.\nSpencer Smith Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 1400 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: No matter what time of year, it seems there is always something to celebrate in Spencer Smith Park. If you're planning an end-of-year trip, be sure to check out the magical Burlington Festival of Lights that illuminates the park.\n View this post on Instagram Christmas came early 🎁 A post shared by Josh (@jmavrou) on Dec 21, 2018 at 8:02pm PST\n\nWebsite\nGlen Stewart Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 351 Glen Manor Dr., Toronto, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Who says boardwalk adventures are just for the summer? You can explore the incredible boardwalk at Glen Stewart Park all year round, and it's especially enchanting right after a snowfall.\nView this post on Instagram white weekend. #torontolife #toronto🇨🇦 #snow #glenstewartravine #glenstewartpark #torontocanada #toronto #canada #winter #snowTO #blogTO #curiocitytoronto #dailyhivetoronto A post shared by @ rafamaple on Mar 4, 2019 at 5:50pm PST\nWebsite\nArrowhead Provincial Park\nPrice: $10.84 day use\nAddress: 451 Arrowhead Park Rd., Huntsville, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: If skating through a snow-covered forest is your idea of the perfect end of year adventure, then Arrowhead Park should be on your bucket list. You can even explore the icy trails at night as they are lit with tiki torches along the way.\nView this post on Instagram Canada might be cold but its fun.... especially with this guy ♡⛸❄🇨🇦🌡 . . . #canwegoagainplease #iceskating #iceskatingtrails #iceskatingtrail #arrowhead #arrowheadprovincialpark #arrowheadprovincialparkskatingtrail #winterfun #wintersports #winteractivities #canadamustdo #canadianwinter #ontario #canada🇨🇦 #canada #iceicebaby #ontarioparks #discoverontario #discovercanada #ididntevenfall #smilesallround #moreadventures #livelovecanada #mountainlife #wintersports #winter #travel #livingmybestlife #travel #canada_gram #canada_pic #snowday A post shared by Holly Veronica Keetley (@hvktravels) on Mar 7, 2019 at 10:07am PST\nWebsite\nSleeping Giant Provincial Park\nPrice: $10.84 day use\nAddress: RR#1 Pass Lake, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: You can explore over 100 kilometres of trails and take in breathtaking sights from the top of Giant Trail and Thunder Bay Lookout. If you're feeling especially brave, winter camping is also available here with fully serviced cabins.\nView this post on Instagram Saturday morning adventure with the ladies #sealion #sleepinggiant #snowshoeing A post shared by Brittany Kellas (@bkellas) on Mar 2, 2019 at 11:25am PST\nWebsite\nRemic Rapids Park\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Sir John A. Macdonald Pkwy., Ottawa, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: With so many unique statues spread throughout the park, Remic Rapids is basically an outdoor art gallery that you can enjoy all year long.\nView this post on Instagram Afternoon stroll with my partner #shotoniphone #iphoneXR #smartraw #halide A post shared by Adam Castonguay (@adamcastonguay) on Nov 18, 2018 at 2:17pm PST\nWebsite\nPukaskwa National Park\nPrice: $5.80 day fee\nAddress: Heron Bay, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: While the epic suspension bridge and nearly turquoise water draw out quite the crowd in the warmer months, this national park has plenty of beauty to offer towards the end of the year as well. While not technically open for all seasons, this park is too good to pass on. You can explore hiking trails, beautiful forests, views of Lake Superior, and more.\nView this post on Instagram Thinking back on this quiet morning in Pukaskwa😌 A post shared by Jordan Blackburn (@joblackburn) on Jan 8, 2018 at 5:49am PST\nWebsite\nKillarney Provincial Park\nPrice: $10.84 day use\nAddress: 960 ON-637, Killarney, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: You can explore an 80 km looped trail on skis or snowshoes when you visit this provincial park in the winter. With so much natural beauty to offer you won't want to leave. And luckily, you won't have to. With car camping and yurts available all year-long.\nView this post on Instagram Having snow much fun tehe A post shared by Jasmine (@jasminewurtele) on Apr 6, 2019 at 2:15pm PDT\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.