Let’s face it, summer has come and gone. Fall season is on its way and before we know it, leaves will begin to change colour and the air becomes crisper as temperatures drop. For some, it’s a sign that horrible weather is on its way but for others, it’s the perfect season for stunning views of Ontario’s landscape.

Want to know when and where to see fall colours in Ontario? This map shows you as Ontario parks begin to see some colour change to their scenery. If you’re a planner, this is the perfect way to stay in the loop and be aware of peak viewing times at local Ontario parks.

The site lists all of the provincial park locations and where they currently stand in terms of their fall colour report. To date, there are a few parks where leaves are already beginning to change however check the map regularly to see when the real action starts.

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If you love everything there is to do with fall, there are a ton of things to do and explore this festive season. Join in on Missisauga’s pumpkin-filled fall fest making its way later this month. Expect all the fall-themed treats for all 10 days of the event. Nothing screams hoodie szn like pumpkins, brisk weather, and changing leaves.

Fall season is nothing without Halloween and all its terrifying events. Get your tickets for Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror and Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Haunt. They’re bigger and better this year with brand new attractions sure to scare those socks off.

Make the most of this fall weather whether it’s participating in exciting events or going above and beyond for Halloween.

You can see the Ontario Parks’ Fall Colours map here.