One-Tank Trip for Sept. 29/18
(c) By Jim Fox
It’s time to plan a road trip to take in the kaleidoscope of fall colours and events that are unsurpassed in Ontario.
This could include visiting one of the oldest fall fairs and experiencing the changing season with a hike through the woods or a last-of-the-season boat ride at a provincial park.
|Taking an end-of-the-season boat ride as the leaves start to change at an Ontario Provincial Park. (Jim Fox photo)|
In most places, the colour change is just beginning while “central and northern regions are seeing nice pockets of colour,” said Kevin Forget of Destination Ontario, an agency of the provincial government.
This spectacle that’s not seen in many parts of the world makes the province the “premier destination to witness the annual autumn spectacle of summer leaves changing to rich and vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow,” he added.