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Mill Pond Near Toronto Has The Most Gorgeous Fall Trails

You don't need to go far to enjoy the fall colours. This trail near the city will transport you to a colourful paradise. Wander through red and orange foliage along a waterside pathway for a relaxing autumn afternoon. Put on your coziest sweater and take a stroll around Mill Pond near Toronto this season.

There's no need to work up a sweat in order to enjoy some colourful views this fall. 

This charming area in Milton is the perfect place to enjoy the crisp autumn air and vibrant foliage.

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Mill Pond will transport you to a colourful, leafy wonderland. The two-kilometre loop around the pond takes you through tree-lined pathways for all the best views.

You can enjoy the reflection of the fall colours in the water, and wander over a charming trestle bridge nestled among the trees. 

Along the way, you can stop by Centennial Park and drink in the scenery from the gazebo perched on the pond.

Surrounded by firey orange trees and glassy water, you'll want to snap some photos at this spot.

The walk is perfect for beginners, so you don't have to worry about any steep climbs or rocky pathways.

There are lots of other gorgeous walks around the province to explore this season.

Check out some of these beginner trails that will bring you gorgeous views without an exhausting hike. 

If you're up for a bit more of a challenge, climb your way to these lookout spots and soak up the fall foliage.

While in Milton, you can also drop by Chudleigh's Entertainment Farm for tons of harvest fun in nearby Halton Hills.

If you're looking for a little autumn day trip, take a drive to Mill Pond and enjoy the seasonal colours.

Mill Pond

Price: Free

Address: Mill Pond, Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a peaceful stroll along a colourful pondside path near Toronto this season.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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