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12 Things To Do In Ontario This Fall Because You're So Over Summer

Happy almost fall Toronto! If you're over the heat and are in the mood for sweater weather, lattes and cuffing season you're in the right place. Summer is great and all don't get me wrong, but there's something cuter and less sweaty about fall.

Ontario is known for being pretty beautiful in the fall. And where there's beauty, there's beautiful things to do. Check out this killer list of places to get you in the mood for fall. 

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Spencer's at the Waterfront // Burlington

This fine dining establishment has an absolutely beautiful interior. Bonus, their patio is still open in the fall. If you're cold they'll even bring you a blanket! Get cozy by the waterfront.

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Log Cabin Inn // Parry Sound

Located by the Boyne River, this log cabin has a super cozy interior design. This restaurant operates from the inside of an inn. Make a whole weekend out of this cute cabin!

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Tiara Restaurant // Niagara on the Lake

Queen's Landing is a super popular hotel in Niagara on the Lake with spectacular views and service. Enjoy a locally sourced meal at this old restaurant that will make you feel super cozy.

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The Tremont Cafe // Collingwood

This historic restaurant specializes in French cuisine. There's all types of art on the walls, cool books, magazines and more to spend the day chilling with a good book and good company.

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Outdoor Activities

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Killarney Provincial Park // Killarney

Killarney is the perfect place to enjoy a fall hike. Packed with trails, biking, boating and more. You'll love to spend a weekend of the fall here.

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Algonquin Provincial Park // Whitney

Calling all nature lovers! This park is perfect for people who want to see some wild nature and animals. Plus hiking is awesome up here, and you can see all the beautiful coloured leaves.

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Wine Country Tour // Niagara on the Lake

There's something super fall about drinking a glass of wine outside. Safe to say summer is beer, cider and margarita season. Wine is way more fall. Enjoy a tour of some of Ontario's most amazing wineries here!

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Chudleigh's // Halton Hills

What's more fall than apple picking? Chudleigh's is pretty legendary and even sells apple pies, apple tarts and apple cider at the farm!

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Festivals

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Ball's Falls Thanksgiving Festival // Niagara

The annual Ball's Falls Thanksgiving Festival is a fall must. With amazing local artisans, amazing food and hiking trails this is the ultimate trip for all fall lovers.

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Summer Sundown // Blue Mountain

If you're looking for a ceremonial farewell to summer, this is the festival for you. With fireworks, food and entertainment you can really give the summer season a sincere goodbye. Until next year.

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St. George Applefest // St. George

Apples are the ultimate fall fruit. And what better way to celebrate them being in season than a festival! The St. George Apple fest is super popular.

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Harvest Festival // Milton

Enjoy the fall harvest at Springridge farm for their annual harvest festival. Complete with a petting zoo, spooky barn and festival food, this is the perfect place for a fall date.

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