FEATURED EVENTS IN TORONTO
With snow on next week’s forecast, you need to savour every minute of fall while you can.
And really, what could be more synonymous with fall than taking in the beautiful foliage throughout the province.
Because there’s something magical about seeing the leaves slowly change colour from vibrant green to fiery red.
While there are plenty of incredible places to watch the leaves change right here in our own backyard, the real gold, however, can be found at various parks throughout the province.
And it just so happens that according to the Ontario Park’s Fall Colour Report, which indicates how the leaves are changing across the province, every major provincial park currently has incredible leaf peeping conditions.
As of Friday, November 9, colour progression has drastically improved thanks to the recent chillier temperatures throughout the province.
The current report is showing the entire region has incredible pockets of colour, with a number of further north-west regions in peak viewing stages.
If you’re looking to check out some beautiful fall foliage over the weekend, pack the car and head to the nearest provincial park for the ultimate fall foliage backdrop.
Not sure what park to visit? The Fall Colour Report lists when the best viewing time is for all 62 provincial parks and the surrounding areas, so you’ll never arrive at a park disappointed by what you see.
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