October is almost here, and that means three things: changing leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and Halloween. If you're looking for a great fall activity with just the right touch of spookiness, checking out some of Canada's ghost towns might just do the trick. These abandoned places offer a look back in time while being eerily fun to drive through.\nIf you know where to look, you can find some real hidden gems.\nThere are plenty of ghost towns that make a perfect road trip destination. You don't even have to get out of your car to enjoy these spooky spots!\nEditor's Choice: Ontario's Haunted Escape Trail Is Like Being In A Horror Movie\nClayburn, British Columbia\nView this post on Instagram Finally found a cute little church to get picture of. #church #godshouse #hellobc #explorebc #photography #bcphotographer #playingwithmycamera #canonrebelxs #beautifulbc #clayburnvillage #abbotsfordbc #exploreabbotsford A post shared by Jenn (@jenn_hodge77) on May 26, 2019 at 6:15pm PDT\nWhile probably more charming than scary, Clayburn still offers you a glimpse into the past, and you never have to leave your car to do it.\nAs you drive the streets of this former village started by a brick company, you can marvel at some of the remaining architecture, which the village's website says includes the church and schoolhouse\nOrion, Alberta\nView this post on Instagram Quick spam on my exploration to and in #orionalberta . #abandoned #abandonedalberta #abandonedcanada A post shared by 🌲🍄🌦️🌺🍁🦊🌼 (@cudjy) on Jun 24, 2019 at 7:15pm PDT\nThe small abandoned village of Orion used to be home to nearly 400 people, but a combination of drought and dust storms drove people away.\nYou can drive through the town and take in both the sights of leftover buildings and the eerie silence that accompanies them.\nNemiskam, Alberta\nView this post on Instagram Is it #Nemiscam or #Nemiskam? #FutureHomeOfKmart #discoveralberta #ruralalberta #yql #yxh #ghosttowns #alberta #abandonedplaces #ipulledoverforthis A post shared by Joe McFarland (@joemcfarlandyyc) on Sep 14, 2016 at 6:06am PDT\nNemiskam is definitely out of the way, and you might have to plan your route ahead of time (that's what road trips are for, right?), but you won't be disappointed.\nThe hollowed-out brick buildings and isolated setting will make you feel like you're driving through the end of the world.\nRobsart, Saskatchewan\nView this post on Instagram Located on the west end of Ghost Town Trail, you'll find the Robsart Hospital. Opening its doors in 1917, it quickly closed down in the 1930s. - While it has remained empty for over 80 years, it still stands tall! Though it's a bit eerie if you ask me. A post shared by Kyle Klippenstein Photography (@kyleklippensteinphoto) on Oct 2, 2019 at 5:14pm PDT\nRobsart is unique among ghost towns in Canada because there are actually still a few people living there, according to Ominocity.\nIf you're taking a drive through the town to check out some of the abandoned structures, make sure you have a full tank of gas so you don't get stuck out there!\nWest Bend, Saskatchewan\nDiscovered the #ghosttown of West Bend, SK. pic.twitter.com/19FyY3HDEg— Lysandra Pyle, PhD 🇨🇦🌾 (@GrasslandNerd) July 10, 2018\nThere's some pretty interesting architecture to check out in this desolate ghost town.\nIt's a bit out of the way if you're driving, but it's definitely worth the trip if you like your creepy buildings to have a bit more of a unique identity.\nSnowflake, Manitoba\nView this post on Instagram Snowflake, Manitoba. #snowflake #snowflakemanitoba #manitoba #manitobabandonedtown #manitobaghosttown #manitobaphotography #abandonedtown #abandoned #abandonedplaces #oldtown #street #ghost #ghosttown #Canada #abandonedcanadiantown A post shared by Vivian Friesen (@vivianfriesen) on Apr 2, 2015 at 9:23pm PDT\nThis ghost town actually has a pretty adorable name, and like Robsart, there are still a few residents who call it home.\nHowever, the biggest draws for checking this town out are the out of commission grain elevators you can see from the road.