Best Road Trip Destinations for Fall Foliage in Ontario
Whether you live in a big city or out in the country, taking a trip to see the fall foliage is one of the joys of living in Ontario. So whether you’re looking for a long weekend getaway or a quick afternoon trip, pack up the car and head out on the road to some of these great road trip destinations for fall foliage.
What’s better than taking a trip to experience the beauty of fall? Doing all that with the promise of a wine-tasting at the end of the day! Head out to the mecca of Ontario wine by taking a trip to Niagara-On-The-Lake. This is a great romantic spot for couples too, featuring lots of boutique shops, endearing bed and breakfasts and fantastic food.
In and around Sault Ste. Marie are some of the most breathtaking views of fall foliage in the province. The best way to see it? The Agawa Canyon Tour Train, which takes you on winding tracks you can’t get to by car. The rolling hills and miles of trees is a stunning getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.
One of Ontario’s favourite summer destinations also happens to be one of the best places for checking out the beauty of nature in autumn. There are a ton of resorts and hotels to stay at in the Muskoka area, with even more beautiful lakes to enjoy the season.
At almost 8,000 square kilometres, Algonquin Park is bound to have a bit of fall foliage. This is a popular destination for campers, cabin-goers and resort types alike. With seemingly endless trails and wildlife, it’s the perfect weekend destination.
Ottawa’s not just the destination for checking out Canada’s history. If you love fall, Ottawa is the place to be. With so many harvest and autumn festivals going on, there is tons to see and do in Canada’s capital. There are also lots of walks and outdoor activities like canoeing to do right in the city and on the outskirts.
If you’re planning on taking one of these great road trips this fall, make sure to brush up on your car safety before hitting the road! Check out these top tips for road safety from Logel’s Auto Parts in Kitchener.