It's officially happening - the leaves are starting to change colour and the temperature is starting to get cooler, as fall quickly approaches. It's now time to get out and enjoy the changing leaves, as we all know this stunning phenomenon doesn't last long! Now is the time to get outside and explore the autumn wonderland surrounding us. This weekend, embark on a day trip to a peaceful trail filled with immaculate colours. Ontario's Weaver's Creek Falls is the perfect leafy paradise to adventure through this season.\nWith a stunning boardwalk path and trickling waterfall, you'll feel as though you've stepped into an enchanting fairytale forest. Located about two-and-a-half hours from downtown Toronto, this Owen Sound trail is worth the drive! Plus, you'll get to gaze at fall colours along the way.\nWeaver's Creek Falls is tucked away in the heart of Harrison Park. Boasting 40 acres of stunning space to explore, the park is a great area to spend the day in. Whether you want to go for a hike or grab some amazing photos, this is definitely the place for you.\nThe falls are accessible by a 300-metre boardwalk, which winds through trees doused in incredible shades of orange.\nView this post on Instagram Visited Harrison Park in Owen Sound this weekend and the fall colours were still brilliant. Mind you, many leaves were on the ground as in this shot of Weaver's Creek Falls. ------------------//------------------ #discoverglobe #earthfocus #pocket_world #9vaga_world9 #worldbestshot #fantastic_shotzs #magicpict #igpodium #igpowerclub #ig_countryside #itsamazingoutthere #sonyimages #ig_discover_nature #kings_meteo #tv_travel #inspiring_photography_admired #ourplanetdaily #globalcapture #worldplaces #bella_shots #travel_drops #renegade_rural #jaw_dropping_shots #lost_world_treasures #happytrailz @blaze.happy.trails #amazingbeautifulearth #worldmastershotz_nature A post shared by Leo (@leomacdonaldphoto) on Oct 29, 2016 at 8:46pm PDT\nThe falls are small but unique. Water cascades over a rocky plunge, forming the effect of two waterfalls in one! The falls transform into an enchanting stream that trickles away over the rocky forest floor. The falls themselves are on private property, so visitors are asked to remain in the boardwalk area.\nView this post on Instagram Weekends are for Waterfalls.🍁 It is freezing rain here this morning as I get ready for work, but it will hopefully warm up as the day progresses. It's true that Hamilton is the Waterfall Capital of the World, but there are also some very beautiful waterfalls in Grey County to explore. I walked through this creek while my boots filled with water to get a pic, but it was worth it! Cheers to Saturday!🍁 * * * #autumn2018 #greycountywaterfalltour #roadtripping #chasingwaterfalls #weaverscreekfalls #harrisonpark #brucegreysimcoe #owensoundON #discoverON A post shared by Joanne (@joanne_clara_) on Oct 27, 2018 at 5:04am PDT\nYou can find parking for the trail beside Harrison Park Inn. The entrance to the boardwalk is to the right of the public pool. Enjoy this incredible fall adventure, and maybe even pack a picnic lunch to enjoy in the park after.\nView this post on Instagram Weavers Creek Falls, Harrison Park #harrisonpark #owensoundphotographer #cityofowensound #instagreybruce #greycounty #slowshutterspeed #waterfalls #weaverscreekfalls #slowwater #exploretocreate #escarpementmagazine #canon_photos A post shared by Lynn Reket (@lynket) on Jun 18, 2018 at 7:15pm PDT\nWeaver's Creek Falls\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Weaver's Creek Falls, Owen Sound, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Take this charming boardwalk path to a stunning waterfall lookout this fall.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.