For snowshoe enthusiasts, untracked trails, winter-accessible parks and frozen lakes beckon in Bruce County. Follow the Bruce Trail to caves, potholes, icefalls and lookouts. Traipse along the Lake Huron or Georgian Bay shorelines. Explore Bruce Peninsula National Park and other great white recreational spaces.
We've got Snowshoe Day Trips already planned out for you.
Together with Grey County, our neighbours to the east, we’ve compiled a comprehensive database of all our trails – Bruce Grey Trail Network. Click on “Trails”, and then find “Snowshoeing” in the column on the left (under “Hit The Trail!”) for a listing of nearly three dozen snowshoe-friendly trails – along with all the details you need to know to go.
Have you picked up our new Trails Brochure? Download the Trails Brochure pdf
Yurts are available year-round at MacGregor Point Provincial Park. Fancier than a tent but more rustic than a cabin, these Mongolian-style huts are round with a peaked roof, equipped with electric heat and bunk beds that sleep up to six people. Warm in winter, the cozy abodes are insulated. Each comes with an outdoor barbecue and an indoor table and chairs. Missing is running water and toilets, but a nearby heated comfort station is open 24 hours a day with hot showers, toilets, drinking water and laundry facilities.
To book a yurt, visit www.ontarioparks.com or call 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275).
1300 Concession 12
407 Cyprus Lake Rd
135 Huron Drive
Grey County Road 26
732 Huron Bruce Rd
Northern Bruce Peninsula
4025 Hwy 6
931 Sauble Falls Parkway
132 Saugeen Bluffs Rd
County Rd. #23
100 Spencer Street on Hwy 6
193 High St