all leaf colours peak at different times depending mostly on weather conditions, so Ontario Parks tracks the latest colour changes in up to 60 provincial parks and posts them on their website using maps and peak-viewing charts. Park staff update their reports continuously during the fall season. Mid-September to late-October is prime-time for fall colour viewing. Also, campsites are plentiful and cabins and yurts are easier to book at this time.
Algonquin Provincial Park is extremely popular on peak fall colour weekends. In fact, it’s a bit of a zoo, with lineups stretching for miles! The secret here is to choose a different park with the same experience but not all the people – Yeah! … check out the Parks Blog for other fall colour parks worth visiting …
- In Northern Ontario, try these parks … www.ontarioparks.com/parksblog/fall-rving-in-northwestern-ontario/
- More park choices are found in this fall colour post … www.ontarioparks.com/parksblog/fall-rv-southeastern-ontario/
- Special events are also planned. You can visit the Ontario Parks Calendar of Events for details … www.ontarioparks.com/events