9 Ontario Christmas Trails That Look Like A Walk Through The Sparkling North Pole
Do you like the magic of the holiday season? If so, you’ll want to visit these Ontario Christmas trails because they feel like walking around the sparkling North Pole.
You will be able to see huge exhibits, tunnels of light and many more party sites that will make you feel like December 25 has arrived early.
Price: $ 19.50 per person
When: November 24, 2021 to January 9, 2022
Address: 680, chemin des Plaines. West, Burlington, ON
Why you need to go: In Hendrie Park you can follow a beautiful 1.5 mile path that will take you through a garden with holiday exhibits.
Price: $ 20 per adult
When: December 2, 2021 to January 2, 2022
Address: 8560, chemin Tremaine, Milton, ON
Why you need to go: At this new holiday event, you can sip hot chocolate and walk past illuminated buildings and giant snow globes.
Winter Festival of Lights
When: from November 13, 2021 to February 21, 2022
Address: Niagara Falls, ON
Why you have to go: You don’t have to pay anything to see up to 3 million lights at the Winter Festival Of Lights.
The magic of a vacation at Blue Mountain Village
When: from November 19, 2021 to January 2, 2022
Address: 156 Jozo Weider Blvd., The Blue Mountains, ON
Why You Must Go: This winter at Blue Mountain Village, the sparkling mile-long light trail with interactive elements is back.
Clow Christmas Trail
Price: $ 10 per person
When: December 3-28, 2021
Address: 2224, chemin Hallecks. West, Brockville, ON
Why you need to go: At this under the radar event, you can follow a mile-long trail through a Christmas village that will get you into the holiday spirit.
Burlington Festival of Lights
When: November 26, 2021 to January 8, 2022
Address: Spencer Smith Park, 1400 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, ON
Why you need to go: You can bundle up in your warm jacket and see 21 illuminated themed exhibits at the Burlington Festival Of Lights for free.
Lit at night
Price: to be determined
When: to be determined
Address: 13740, county road. 2, Morrisburg (Ontario)
Why you need to go: Every winter the historic village is covered in lights and looks like it came straight out of a Hallmark Christmas movie.
Simcoe Christmas Panorama
When: December 4, 2021 to January 2, 2022
Address: 50 Bonnie Dr., Simcoe, ON
Why you need to go: For fun on a budget, you can head to the Simcoe Christmas Panorama, which will feature over 300,000 lights and a market selling delicious mugs of hot chocolate.
Owen Sound Northern Lights Festival
Price: Free (donations accepted)
When: November 20, 2021 to January 2, 2022
Address: Owen Sound, ON
Why you need to go: There will be 250 illuminated displays to brighten up your night out, and you can see them all for free.
In Ontario, a vaccination passport is required to access certain events, services and businesses, including restaurants and bars.
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