As a driver, the winter season can be a lot of fun. Even though the race tracks are closed (and who the heck is willing to drive to Minden for ice-racing) there’s still the opportunity to test out your Michelin snow tires in the first storm of the season. Plus, you an take the family out to a drive-thru Christmas Light show even on the coldest night.

Last year, there was a very non-traditional display at Ontario Place called Snow Magic, but unfortunately it hasn’t retuned for 2022.

This year there’s a whole list of shows across Ontario. Some will tap you for $25, while others are free.

Gift of Lights

Bingemans, 425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener

November 12, 2022 To December 31, 2022

Come experience this special holiday tradition by taking a tour through an incredible light display running through the holiday season.

Christmas Trail

Black Creek Village, 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy, Toronto

November 12, 2022 To December 23, 2022

Canadian Tire unveils a magical, multi-sensory Christmas Trail designed to immerse guests in the sights and sounds of Christmas.

Journey Into Enchantement

Richmond Hill GO Station, 6 Newkirk Rd, Richmond Hill

November 22, 2022 To January 1, 2023

Experience the magic of more than a million lights illuminating acres of the campground.

Georgina Festival of Lights

Georgina Civic Centre

November 27, 2022 To January 2, 2023

Attend at your leisure and travel along the parkway of the Civic Centre grounds in your vehicle while experiencing a magical holiday tribute.

Wild Winter Festival of Lights

CTMP, 3233 Concession Rd 10, Bowmanville

December 2, 2022 To December 23, 2022

Our WILD Winter Festival of Lights is a drive-through experience and a feast for your eyes, taking you through a magical avenue of dazzling holiday light displays!

Yes. that last one is actually at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, on the DDT (Driver Development Track). And, yes, that is a tank with Christmas lights on it.

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