Where to see beautiful fall foliage in Ontario before the season ends

Oct 25 2019, 9:50 am

Aside from visiting local pumpkin patches, getting lost in corn mazes, and indulging in pumpkin spice treats, looking for foliage in Ontario is probably our favourite fall activity.

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, a number of parks currently have great leaf-peeping conditions.

Fall Foliage Map

As of Thursday, October 24, colour progression has improved thanks to the recent chillier temperatures throughout the province.

The current report is showing that most of the leaves in provincial parks are now in the peak viewing stages.

However, some parks have already passed this stage and trees have already started to lose their leaves.

fall colour report

Fall Colour Report

So, if you’re looking to check out some beautiful fall foliage over the coming weeks,¬†check out one of the parks listed below which are showing leaves in the orange to deep red and brown stages,¬†which are the ultimate fall backdrop.

  • Arrowhead: Red/Orange
  • Batchawana Bay:¬†Red/Orange
  • Bronte Creek:¬†Orange
  • Craigleith: Orange
  • Darlington:¬†Orange
  • Fitzroy:¬†Red/Orange
  • Kakebeka Falls: Orange
  • MacGregor Point: Orange
  • Mark S. Burnham:¬†Orange
  • Pigeon River:¬†Orange
  • Restoule:¬†Orange
  • Sauble Falls:¬†Orange
  • Sleeping Giant:¬†Orange
  • The Massasauga:¬†Red
  • Voyageur:¬†Red/orange

If you‚Äôre interested in visiting a specific park that’s not listed above, the Fall Colour Report lists when the best viewing time is for all 62 provincial parks and the surrounding areas, so you‚Äôll never arrive at a park¬†disappointed by what you see.