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7 Cute Road Trip Ideas Near Toronto You Need To Go On This Fall

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7 Cute Road Trip Ideas Near Toronto You Need To Go On This Fall

Fall is just around the corner and we are wasting no time in compiling a list of fun activities for you before the leaves even start to change. If you're looking to get away from the city, Ontario has got so many breathtaking destinations. Here are Toronto road trip ideas you should try.

Dundas Peak

Price: $10 per vehicle and $5 per personAddress: Harvest Rd, Dundas, ON Why You Need To Go: Dundas Peak is an epic lookout just outside of Hamilton, so it's a perfect day trip. It is essentially a cliff overlooking a vast scenic showcase of trees. A perfect destination to appreciate the fall colours.


Tew's Falls

Price: $10 per car, $5 per personAddress: 581 Harvest Rd, Dundas, ONWhy You Need To Go: Tew's Falls are the tallest in Hamilton, at 41 meters (134.5 feet). It is at the very bottom of the Dundas Peak, so you could visit both of these in the same day


Track and Tower Trail and Lookout

Price: $20/vehicle/day on weekendsAddress: Highway 60, Unorganized South Nipissing District, ONWhy You Need To Go: Take a scenic drive through Algonquin Park and head toward the Track and Tower Trail, a breathtaking woodland paradise which leads towards a lookout of the same name.


The Ranch

Price: $50 including photos and HST

Address: 2401 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Oakville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Try something new and gallop through the colourful foliage on a crisp fall day through the trails of this family's Oakville farm. For sure to be a memorable experience.


Downey's Farm

Price: $9.73 + HST

Address: 13682 Heart Lake Road, Brampton, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Downey's Farm is a great spot to enjoy some truly festive fall activities during their pumpkin fest. There will be unlimited wagon rides, farm animals, puppet shows, a corn maze, straw jump, and so many more cool activities. Pick up some pumpkins to carve while you're there.

Lovesick Lake

Price: $10 per person

Address: Hwy 28 - #4738 Burleigh Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a canoe ride in the heart of the Kawarthas, near Peterborough. It is a picturesque and romantic way to enjoy this wetland area.

Rattlesnake Point

Price: $7

Address: 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Go rock climbing or hiking at Milton's beautiful Rattlesnake point. It is a place that is budding with wildlife. Keep a look out for turkey vultures and thousand year old cedar trees.


Chudleigh's Entertainment Farm

Price: $15

Address: 9528 Regional Road 25 Halton Hills, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Go apple picking with friends at Chudleigh's Farm and bring a bunch home to make pie and apple cider with. They have 19 different apple varieties.


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