Whether it’s your first visit,

your first in a while, or you’re a regular to Sir Sam’s, we’re ready to help make your next trip to Sir Sam’s a perfect one.


As Sir Sam’s geographical location is further north than Peterborough, Lindsay, the Muskokas or Toronto, our weather conditions are not necessarily the same as what you  may be experiencing at home.

Get in the know for snow via the weather widget at right, hit up the Weather Network for the the full forecast or view our webcams for the most accurate conditions.

Hill Cams

Check out what’s happening on the hill in near real-time. Cam 1 (left) faces Easy Street, the Time Tunnel lift, and Cash Register. Cam 2 faces Kingston Road, and the Main Street and Eagle View lifts.

Having trouble seeing the cams? Click on the buttons below each feed.

Getting here

We’re closer than you think! Sir Sam’s is just under an hour from Bracebridge/Gravenhurst, just over an hour from Peterborough and Lindsay and just over 2 hours from the eastern GTA or Belleville. From most destinations, the drive is quiet and picturesque as you move through rural farmland into the Highlands.

Use the map at right to find your best route, check traffic, and plan a safe trip.

Hours of Operation

May 20, 21 – Opening Weekend
Lift service and bike rental from 10am- 3:00pm.
Buy your Season Passes this weekend and save 10%.

May 22 – June 30
Open for cross country riding on the honour system (no bike rental or lift service).

June 1 – September 3
Lift service, mechanic service and bike rental available Friday to Sunday from 10:00am – 3:00pm.

September 4 – October 7
Weekends only for lift service, bike rental and chalet access. Honour system in place for all other days and times.

Our honour box is in place for those riders and hikers using our cross country trails outside of our operating hours. Off-hour fees are $10 for riders, $5 for hikers and users must deposit a completed waiver and appropriate fee in the red mailbox before starting their activity.

Food service limited to drinks and snacks only.

Dogs are permitted on hiking trails only and must be leashed at all times.