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Created: 2011-02-04 14:54:47
The much anticipated Southern Ontario storm hit the Land O’ Lakes region with approximately 30 cm of fresh, brilliant, fluffy snow! Come and enjoy the numerous winter activities that the region has to offer. Snowmobile and ATV enthusiasts can explore a 700 kilometer network of trails including the Trans Canada Trail which has been freshly groomed. Take a day to explore a new village destination for lunch, dinner or overnight. Perhaps a slower pace to enjoy the scenery, such as snowshoeing or cross-country skiing is more to your liking. Don’t forget to bring your camera for some amazing winter photo opportunities! Our thousands of lakes are frozen over and skating rinks are popping up for the kids and adults alike. You’ll also see lots of ice fishing huts on the lakes were fisherman enjoy the cozy warmth of a fire catching that evening’s supper. If you thought a cottage was for 3 seasons only – think again! Bring the family and make some lasting winter memories. Come out and play in our winter wonderland!

February 25, 26 & 27 - Frontenac Heritage Festival: Lots of exhibits, re-enactment of life in mid-1700s, skating, guided snowmobile tour, fun hockey and curling tournaments, variety show, breakfasts, Chili Fest and much more. Check for daily activities list at www.centralfrontenac.com and click on ‘Visitors’.