Springwater Provincial Park

ALWAYS check Alerts and other information on the official website, as conditions and facility availability are subject to change.


Facebook and Website Links

Springwater Official website
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Springwater Official Twitter Feed


Phone #: 705-728-7393
Main entrance co-ordinates: 44.441793, -79.758725
Address: 1331 Route 26, Midhurst, L0L 1X0
Opening seasons: This park is open all year but do check the official website as there may be changes in the availability of access and facilities.


Dog Friendly

This is a dog-friendly park with an off-leash exercise area. You can find more information about having dogs at Ontario Parks in our “Dog-Friendly Ontario Provincial Parks” post, which includes a list of parks with specific dog-use facilities.

Camping & Accommodation

Campsites: Day-use park so camping is not available

Hiking, Biking & Paddling


This 2.80-mile loop trail near Springwater, Ontario is great for hiking and walking with few people encounters along the way making it an ideal destination in any season! The best times to visit are April through October when there’s little rain or snowfall which means shorter commute times from your home base since most roadways become inaccessible due those conditions being present at some point during this time period anyway – but don’t worry if that doesn’t bother you because dogs are always welcome here so they can go off leash where appropriate while enjoying all these incredible views too 😉


Cycling is permitted on all park trails except the 1.5 km children’s interpretive trail.


There aren’t any options for paddling in this provincial park

Winter Activities

Springwater Provincial Park is located less than 10 minutes from Barrie and under 90 minutes from downtown Toronto. Best reached by car.

Springwater is open for day use year-round so that you can enjoy your winter activities, expect to pay entrance/parking fees.

Day trips to Springwater are perfect for those looking at what winter has on offer outside Barrie. 10km of trails allow you the opportunity to hike or cross-country ski through beautiful trees while enjoying a pristine natural environment!

Before heading out, you can check snow conditions. This isn’t the exact location, but Wasaga Beach is quite close, so there should be similar conditions.

This park has no equipment rental, so don’t forget your snowshoes, cross-country skis, and snacks.

Being so close to Barrie, there are plenty of places to get hot drinks, snacks, and meals.

Weather Conditions – if you are looking for weather information or snow conditions, the following list should help you.
Canadian Snow Research
Dark Sky
Environment Canada – weather forecasts, hourly forecast, and weather radar map.
National Weather Service – US Government, but it does include Ontario.
Open Weather Map
Snow Forecast – more relevant for downhill skiing.
The Weather Network has lots of ads, but you get 7 and 14-day forecasts. Snow reports from downhill ski areas but remember they do make their own snow.
We’d love to hear from you if you have any other suggestions – please message us.

Maps & Resources

If you have a photo of trail maps please let us know.

Local Facilities

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