Winter is one of Ontario's most magical seasons. Cities and countrysides are transformed by twinkling blankets of snow and sheets of glistening ice. One of the greatest transformations can be seen at this National Park, as the chilly temperatures turn it into a frosty paradise. Ontario's Bruce Peninsula winter park will make you feel like you've stepped into Elsa's ice palace.
Located about three and a half hours from Toronto, the Bruce Peninsula National Park is well known for its summertime beauty.
The area boasts dreamy turquoise waters, tons of scenic hikes, and a hidden cave filled with a vibrant blue pool.
The winter season brings its own majestic beauty to the park. While you won't want to plunge into the water during this visit, you'll be breath taken by the glimmering snowy views.
Thick coats of ice have turned the shoreline into a frosty white fortress, and with views like these, the cold won't bother you anyway.
Glistening snow sculptures cling to the rocks, creating glassy blue caves.
The trees are transformed into sparkling snow towers that will give you major Frozen vibes.
You'll half expect to see Olaf coming around the bend as you explore this enchanting winter wonderland.
You can wander along the magnificent shoreline, or hike, snowshoe, and ski through snow-covered forests.
For those looking for a true winter experience, you can camp near the glistening shores of Cyprus Lake.
The admission charge to access the park is $7.90 per adult.
Channel your inner Elsa and embark on an adventure through this icy fortress this winter.
You can also explore these enchanting frozen waterfalls around Ontario for more snowy adventures.
There are so many other stunning places to explore around Ontario in the wintertime. You'll want to add some of these destinations to your bucket list as well before the warmer weather sets in.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park
Price: $7.90 per adult
Address: 469 Cyprus Lake Rd., Tobermory, ON
Why You Need To Go: Explore this park completely transformed by huge ice formations and sparkling snow.