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Walking in a winter wonderland.

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Winter

There's a snowy wonderland for you to discover this winter in Bruce County. The snowshoeing trails are vast, the snowmobiling is exhilarating, the maple syrup is sweet. You don't want to miss everything this season has to offer. 

Winter Glamping at MacGregor Point Provincial Park

Winter Glamping at MacGregor Point Provincial Park

Saying that you're 'camping' in a yurt at MacGregor Point Provincial Park, is generous; because it's actually more like glamping than camping. Read More

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing

Our Ski Trails offer loops of various lengths and difficulties - choose your own adventure according to your skill level! On weekends you can finish your tour at the on-site chalet where free hot cider awaits. Read More

Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling

Nestled adjacent to Lake Huron, Bruce County is home to record-breaking lake effect snowfalls throughout the winter, over 2000 kilometres of beautifully groomed trail, and your choice of snowmobile-friendly places to eat, sleep and fuel up. Combine all of that with the diversity of scenery from the Niagara escarpment, to rolling farmland, to majestic bush trails and you will definitely want to make Bruce County part of your sledding experience! Read More

Snowshoeing in Sauble Beach

Snowshoeing in Sauble Beach

Welcome to sunny, snowy Sauble Beach. You already love this summer vacation paradise but ask any local, and you'll soon learn that there's a special kind of magic that happens here when the snow falls. The winter version of this popular tourist town offers solitude, peace and a shimmering wintery beauty that's all yours. Read More

Snowshoe the Biener Trail

Snowshoe the Biener Trail

Winter Activities Galore!

Winter Activities Galore!

Fresh, crisp air, bright sunshine, snow covered escarpments and incredible landscapes; when the ground is covered by three feet of snow, it's more the reason to visit the Bruce.  Read More

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