Frontenac Provincial Park is classified as a natural environment park. It is situated above an ancient granite ridge linking the Canadian Shield to the Adirondack Mountains and consists of forests, wetlands, marshes, lakes and granite outcrops. The park contains canoe routes through 22 lakes, over 100km of connected backpacking and hiking trails and four season interior camping on 48 campsites. Throughout the winter, the park maintains 12 km of hiking trails for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.
For the long weekend we drove up to Frontenac Provincial Park to do some winter hiking (in the snow). Frontenac Provincial Park is open all season and in the winter, provides a range of recreational activities, including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and winter camping.
For the Family Day long weekend we drove up to Frontenac Provincial Park in the hopes that it would have more snow that we had back home in Toronto. Frontenac Provincial Park is located just north of Kingston and is situated above an ancient granite ridge connecting the Canadian Shield to the Adirondack Mountains. It is an all season park and provides a range of recreational activities in the winter, including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and winter camping.