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Fall Driving Tours in Ontario
Whether you’re driving along one of the Great Lakes, or enjoying a brisk hike through a stunning provincial park, you’ll soon notice Ontario is hard matched when it comes to fall colours.
The best way to enjoy this seasonal gift is with good old-fashioned road trips through the countryside, along some lakeshores, and through whatever stunning scenery the Niagara Parkway may lead.
First, enjoy southern Ontario’s autumn arena – best from mid-September to mid-October – with trips from Niagara Falls to the famed vineyards of Niagara On The Lake, and the beauty of Ball's Falls Conservation Area. And if you’re looking for a loop ride up to Bruce Peninsula National Park, we’ve got just the thing once you get to Owen Sound.
Coming from Toronto this October? Check out fall driving tours taking you from the Queen City to central Ontario countryside spots like Richmond Hill and Newmarket. Another fall drive leads autumn adventurers toward historic sites and horseback rides – beginning in Hamilton, trekking north on the well-known Forks Of The Credit Road toward Orangeville, and pivoting back south for Kitchener and Brantford.
If you’ve yet to explore northern Ontario, you’ll want to bundle up starting in early September and make for the northern shore of Lake Superior. Check out the Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, seek a museum in Thunder Bay, and be sure to see one of Ontario’s most famed attractions: Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.
For those of you coming from Ottawa, escape the big city with a loop around – and through – the Algonquin Provincial Park. This 7,653-square-kilometer scenic spot features some of the best fall colours in the province – best followed by an excursion through the vibrant Ottawa Valley.
So look forward to plenty of pictures and scarf weather during your trip through Ontario this fall.