Spring family fun

Early spring is a refreshing time to lace up your hiking boots and explore outdoor trails with the whole family.  It’s an excellent destination to bring visiting relatives/ friends. 

Spring Activities Currently Open

  • A portion of trails are open for snowshoeing / or hiking with cleats.  Wear your own hiking boots.
  • 420 ft. Suspension Bridge – the longest footbridge in southern Ontario. + View Winter Bridge
  • Breathtaking panoramic views from the bridge and lookout points.
  • Easter scavenger hunt prizesScavenger Hunt and path of wooden sculptures – Pick up a map and hunt for clues at key locations 
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  • Children’s Adventure Play Park- climb, swing and slide for ages 2 to 12
  • Snack bar sells warm and cold food and drinks
  • Main Building: cozy woodstove
  • Free Parking

wood carving easterTrail Report

Early April weather is unpredictable. Check the Trail Report daily for updates.

Trails and activities are weather-permitting. The temperature has remained cool and there is still snow on some of the trails.

Spring Hours of Operation

  • Open 7 days a week
  • 9am-5pm
  • Last admission 3:30pm

Currently Closed 

Closed for the remainder of the Nordic Season: Cross-country skiing, Guided Night Snowshoe Hikes.

Closed until the spring (early May t.b.a.): Trail of caves/caverns/crevasses, tractor-wagon rides, Rocky the Train, Gemstone Mining, Fish pond, Eco Adventure Tours, Thunderbird Twin Zipline.

March views

Admission Rates

Trail pass is required. Regular weekday/weekend rates apply.
Free trail pass for youth under 6 years.
Cleat rental is $5.
Snowshoe rental equipment is no longer available. 
View nordic admission and package options

A reminder that dogs are not permitted on the property.

How much exercise do you need to work off those Easter treats?


Questions?  (705) 446-0256