If you’re hoping to do some scenic exploring this fall, look no further than the Cheltenham Badlands.
Located just an hour’s drive from Toronto in Caledon, the badlands are one of Ontario’s most recognizable and breathtaking natural landmarks.
An accessible boardwalk winds through the park, offering views of the rolling red earth and the changing trees beyond.
The boardwalk connects to the Badlands Trail, which takes you through a serene slow growing forest and on to the Bruce Trail.
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All visits to the Cheltenham Badlands must be booked online in advance through the Credit Valley Conservation’s website.
The measure is intended to aid physical distancing at the popular site by limiting the number of people that can visit at one time.
The badlands are open to the public until October 24, and reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance.
Where: 1739 Olde Base Line Road, Caledon
Hours: 8 am to 8 pm daily until October 24
Reservations: 1.5 hour timeslots can be booked online
Cost: $20 per car on weekdays, $25 on weekends and holidays