If you’re going to be in or near Toronto in your RV travels this December, you’re in luck: Toronto comes alive in December with holiday magic. While you’re visiting, be sure to celebrate the season with one of Toronto’s annual events.
Go Ice Skating in Nathan Phillips Square
Lace up your ice skates and join in the annual Toronto tradition of ice skating at Nathan Phillips Square. A part of the holidays in Toronto for generations, it’s set against the sparkling backdrop of Toronto’s urban landscape with a towering Christmas tree completing the look. Located at 100 Queen Street West, the ice skating is open all December long, including Christmas Eve and Day.
The National Ballet of Canada Presents The Nutcracker
The National Ballet of Canada will present the Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic The Nutcracker. It’s been performed by the National Ballet of Canada since 1995. You can catch a performance at Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, located at 145 Queen Street West in Toronto. There will be performances running all through December, so you’ve got many opportunities to see it regardless of when you’ll be in Toronto.
Meet Santa and See the City in Lights
Sometimes you just want to do some classic touring when you’re in Toronto. You’ll be in luck this December because the city will be decked in lights in celebration of the holidays, transforming the city into a magical wonderland. Not only that, but if you have kids along, you’ll be able to take them to several places to meet Santa Claus, whether it’s during a parade or at a shopping mall.
Visit Woody’s RV World
Woody’s RV World isn’t just a place to purchase new recreational vehicles. Our online parts store is stocked with all of the latest and greatest camping supplies for this winter camping season. Stop by Woody’s RV World today before you plan your winter season.