Fall means foliage, and the province of Ontario is teeming with all the brilliant reds, oranges, and yellows leaf-peepers desire.
One of our many pristine places to view fall’s brightest colors is Algonquin Provincial Park, located in south-central Ontario. Daily during autumn, Aspens, Red Oaks, Tamaracks, and Sugar and Red Maples perform their spectacular outdoor show covering 2,946 sprawling square miles.
Hikers and bikers alike will love traversing among our impressive fall color explosions, while other visitors will enjoy camping, backcountry canoeing, and fishing for brook or lake trout.
But as you’re gazing up at our dazzling leaves, don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for bull moose, deer, migrating birds, and black bears. (Just don’t get too close!) Intrepid campers may want to try howling for wolves during our cool autumn evenings.
This fall season, let us introduce you to the many beautiful, changing colors of Ontario.