One-Tank Trip for Oct. 12/19
(c) By Jim Fox
Niagara is one of the final places in Ontario to view the fall kaleidoscope of colours.
The region, lying between Lake Erie to the south and Lake Ontario to the north, is in the moderate climate zone.
That means there’s still time to take in the spectacle of the changing season.
|The colourful changing season has started along the Niagara Parkway at Niagara Falls. (Jim Fox photo)|
Niagara offers some special spots to see fall colours on jet boats, a Ferris wheel and at a conservation area.
This is where you’ll find the Niagara Parkway curving along the Niagara River separating Canada and the United States.
It was called “the prettiest Sunday drive in the world” by the late British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.