It’s time to take the plunge, Toronto!
Into a cranberry marsh that is.
Besides being an amazing photo for your fall Insta, the Cranberry Plunge is one of the most popular harvest activities in the region.
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Taking place at Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh & Muskoka Lakes Winery, the annual festive tradition will get you knee-deep in cranberry, but not before wearing a stylish one-size-fits-all chest wader. Spend a day floating in a sea of cranberries, and show off your fall colours.
And the event takes place on a winery… so you know there will be wine.
It all starts this weekend!
Where: Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh, 1074 Cranberry Road
When: Now to October 15 and October 21 & 22.