This ice trail 3 hours from Toronto is one of Ontario's best-kept winter secrets

Jan 20 2017, 7:12 pm

Winter adventure seekers have several ways to get their adrenaline rush around Toronto.

There’s tubing, snowshoeing, and skiing or snowboarding.

With adventures in every corner, there’s another hidden winter secret just three hours away from the 6ix.

MacGregor Point Provincial Park is located on the shores of Lake Huron in Port Elgin.

The winter wonderland offers every winter activity, from skiing to snowshoeing, all in one place.

MacGregor is also home to a 400-meter skating trail through the woods, which is the ultimate outdoor experience. The best part is, in the evening the path is lit up, and you can use the trail under the stars until 10 pm.

A large ice pad is also available for the hockey enthusiasts.

Because what is winter in Ontario without a little outdoor ice hockey?

MacGregor Point is located at 1593 Bruce Road in Port Elgin. Make sure to check for weather updates before heading out!

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