Exactly how much leaves have changed colour everywhere in Ontario (MAP)

Sep 26 2017, 12:25 am

It’s National Forest Week, and what better time to share some of Ontario’s best parks for viewing fall colours.

While we continue to experience summer right now, temperatures are expected to drop to seasonal average by the weekend. This means that fall is finally here coming and with it, the changing of the leaves.

And with the change of season, comes the change of colours in our trees and forests. To celebrate this change, Ontario Parks has created a full list of the best areas to view fall colours around the province.

The interactive map shows leaf icons with different colours (from light green to dark red) representing its fall colour report.

According to the website, “The colour of the leaf icon is representative of each specific park and its fall colour report. The colour of each region is determined by averaging all parks within that region.”

While some parks are still showing green, others have peaked in fall blossom. The full report of each park is also listed below the map on the province’s website.

Ontario Parks

Be sure to hit up Ontario Parks when planning your fall activities, and get reads for those perfect Insta moments.

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