Have you ever felt like you’ve stepped into the heart of a fairy tale?
From snow-capped mountains to sparkling ice crystals, Ontario’s natural world is the perfect setting for romance.
And this list of our favorite places is sure to get your heart racing…
Peninsula Provincial Park
Stroll hand in hand down Lighthouse Lane and listen to the winter waves. There is something magical about how the ice crystals sparkle along the coast.
Curl up in the shadow of the historic lighthouse (currently under repair) and gaze out over the water.
COUSIN: Presqu’ile’s Marsh Trail also features some scenic spots (and its observation towers are great spots for a thermos of hot chocolate!).
Bonnie’s Pond Trail Bridge Crossing
Silent Lake Provincial Park
Whether you’re snowshoeing through silent beech forests or searching for the perfect spot to pop the question, crossing the bridge at Silent Lake has an indefinable air of romance.
Killarney Provincial Park
The Granite Ridge Trail winds through old fields and forests and climbs to a spectacular view of the La Cloche Mountains. You and your beloved will love the fairytale forest.
Beaver Pond Trail
Murphy’s Point Provincial Park
Snowshoe past the secluded home of an active beaver family, just a short drive from the Silver Queen Mine. You will fall in love watching the snow fall on the frozen wetland.
Pinery Provincial Park
The old Ausable canal impresses under a layer of freshly fallen snow. Stay on the viewing platform or stroll arm in arm, enjoying the crunch of your snowshoes or boots in the crisp winter air.
Spruce Lane Farm and Ravine Trail
Brontë Creek Provincial Park
Located away from the busiest areas of the park, Spruce Lane Farmhouse sets the stage for old-time romance and makes our hearts dream of simpler times. Stroll through the woods on the nearby Ravine Trail. As you pass under the maples, the world seems to slow down.