Fall is one of the best times of the year to explore Ontario. The changing colours and crisp weather just makes everything seem so much more pleasant.
If you're looking to escape the city this fall, make sure to check out one of these awesome small towns in the province:
Bobcaygeon is a beautiful town that is situated on three islands in the Trent-Severn Waterway. It is home to the very first lock in the waterway, which was built in 1833. The community holds several fun events in the fall, including an annual Fall Fair and a "Festival of Trees".
Fenelon Falls is nicknamed the "Jewel of the Kawarthas". The historic village is situated on the edge of Cameron Lake and is a hotspot for shopping, arts and culture, historic sites, and natural areas (including parks, waterfalls and gorges).
Georgetown has a vibrant downtown area, a gorgeous waterfront, and several recreational parks to visit. There are a lot of cool places to explore in the area, including the L.M. Montgomery Museum and the Georgetown Marketplace.
Jordan is home to several great wineries, which it owes to the advantageous grape-growing climates in the Niagara Region. It has a beautiful downtown area full of local restaurants and boutiques, as well as a handful of parks that nature lovers will enjoy.
Kingsville is a small town on the north shore of Lake Erie that is brimming with history. It's Victorian-style buildings, beautiful wineries and vibrant community make it a small town with big appeal.
Pembroke is a cozy town situated on the Ottawa River. It's famous for its stunning heritage murals, gorgeous natural parks and passionate hockey community!
Port Perry is known for its picturesque downtown area, which is filled with several small shops, cafes, bookstores and galleries. Several people visit the town yearly for its beautiful lakeside areas and big community festivals.
Thornbury has a beautiful harbour that attracts boating enthusiasts from all over the province. Its bustling community and wide range of places to shop, dine and relax make it a great place to visit with friends and family.
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