Love Fall colors? Here is a list of places to fully take them in.

, The Buzz

Reds, oranges, yellows, the colors of fall. Who doesn’t love to see the colours of trees change just before losing their leaves?

It seems that many would love to go see a big collection of trees other than what we have in the city.  Here is a brief list of places, some within walking distance and others which require a drive, which will let you take in the beauty of the fall season to the fullest.

 

highparkThe famous High Park 1873 Bloor St W

aloguinAlgonquin Provincial Park – Ontario 60

ashbridgesbayAsh Bridges Bay 1561 LakeShore Blvd E

trinitybellwoodsTrinity Bellwoods Park 790 Queen St W

forksofthecredit Forks of the Credit 17760 McLaren Road, Caledon,

rougeparkRouge Park Meadowvale Rd, Scarborough

erindaleparkErindale Park 1695 Dundas St W

 

oakridgesOak Ridges Morine 18462 Bathurst St, New Market

brucetrailBruce Trail 55 Head St., Unit 101, Dundas, ON

monocliffsMono Cliffs Provincial Park Located on Bruce Trail

ballsfallsBalls Falls Conservation Area

thumbnail_20160911_165142Drive north on Hurontario from Dixie rd

thumbnail_20160911_164832-1Country Rd 2 in Colbourne

thumbnail_20160912_170703Drive through the Greenbelt on the highway.

mimico-torontoLocal suburb neighborhoods, Mimco, Woodbridge, Scarborough etc..

These are just a few places out there. Remember the further out of town you go, the more trees you will find! Happy walking or driving! Remember take lots of photos and stop once in a while to breath in the fall air.