Ontario’s Cranberry Plunge Is Reopening & You Can Splash Through Red Marshes
Get lost in a sea of cranberries!
You can plunge into fall at this unique Ontario farm. The harvest season is coming up, and that means pumpkin picking, corn maze exploring, and even wading through cranberry marshes. If you're looking to try something a little different, then pull on your rubber boots and head off tofor the perfect autumn adventure.
You won't need a bathing suit to splash through this pool.
boasts 27 acres of cranberry paradise. Every year, the venue produces around 300,000 to 400,000 pounds of cranberries.
Harvest time is coming up, and you can plan a visit to this farm to take part in all sorts of cranberry fun.
The venue is still discussing exact dates for the harvest season, but the website suggests that it will run from September 26 to October 31, 2020.
There are tons of things to do during this exciting time at the farm.
One of the most popular attractions is the. You can splash through a sea of floating red berries and snap the perfect fall photos.
The farm supplies chest waders to keep you dry, although bringing an extra pair of socks is recommended just in case.
Toss cranberries into the sky, gather them in your hands, or simply bask in the fall glory as you explore this berry wonderland.
The prices will be announced soon, and drop-ins are welcome from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The estimated dates for the plunge are October 3 to 25, 2020.
The excitement doesn't end there. The farm has several other autumn activities you don't want to miss out on.
Sip some of the venue's own, take a wagon ride, and indulge in tasty cranberry treats at the cafe.
You can also explore the vast, which will take you past cranberry beds and even a giant bog monster.
There is no admission cost, and prices vary per activity.
In October, you can visit the Cranberry Festival complete with a farmers market and candied cranberries.
Plan a visit to thisfor the ultimate fun adventure.
Address: 1074 Cranberry Rd., Bala, ON
Why You Need To Go: Wade through a sea of floating cranberries at this unique farm.