We’ve got a long weekend coming up! If you’re wondering where to see fall colours in Ontario this Thanksgiving weekend, we’ve got exactly what you’re looking for.
According to the fall colour map by Ontario Parks, many parks are starting to reach their peak for the season.
That means that provincial parks all over Ontario are entering the most vibrant phase of their autumn landscapes.
That’s based on the fall colour report of every park, which informs visitors about the best viewing opportunities.
The map determines the colour of each region by averaging all parks within that area and then assigns each park a colour based on how much the leaves have changed there.
According to the map, these provincial parks are 80% to 100% of the way into their peak colour change of the season.
- Lake Superior Provincial Park
- Kettle Lakes Provincial Park
- Algonquin Provincial Park
- Grundy Lake Provincial Park
- Quetico Provincial Park
- Rushing River Provincial Park
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Here are the parks in southern Ontario that are approaching peak fall colours right now.
- Bronte Creek Provincial Park
- Mono Cliffs Provincial Park
- Sauble Falls Provincial Park
Here are the parks in eastern Ontario that will soon reach their peak.
- Voyageur Provincial Park
- Fitzroy Provincial Park
- Murphys Point Provincial Park
These parks will also offer excellent views of autumn leaves this weekend.
- Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park
- Arrowhead Provincial Park
- Mikisew Provincial Park
- Restoule Provincial Park
Many of Ontario’s parks are still sporting mostly green and yellow leaves, but this weekend is the time to get outside and take advantage of the warm weather.
Now that you know where to see fall colours in Ontario this Thanksgiving weekend, it’s time to start planning your itinerary!