Ontario Christmas and New Years Getaways are being planned as the winter season north of Toronto where snow & ski conditions have winter sports enthusiasts out skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Ski resort areas are making more snow for the winter vacation season. See links to road and driving conditions before heading north in Ontario. Festivals of Lights continue in December. Early winter is time for a Romantic getaway or a Family fun getaway package to Ontario's resort destinations for holiday shopping. December weekend getaways continue with studio tours, Christmas craft shows and Bazaars, events and festivals at Ontario attractions.
Lake Simcoe is Toronto's close to home resort destination. It is the first major lake north of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and has often been described as the "Sixth Great Lake". Lake Simcoe is linked to the Great Lakes through the Trent-Severn Historic Waterway to Georgian Bay and Lake Huron. The two largest cities on Lake Simcoe are Barrie, and Orillia both with substantial public marinas, beaches and waterfront parks. Simcoe County, York Region, Durham, and Kawartha Lakes all touch on Lake Simcoe. Many say Lake Simoce is the Ice Fishing Capital of North America. See Lake Simcoe Ontario
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