Ξ September 18th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Algonquin Township, Canada, fall colours, Maple Lake Ontario, NON paid Post, Ontario, Photography, Trails, Travel/Vacation |
More than a dozen overnight “Fall Colour” Routes & suggested fall colour foliage road trips are within 1-7 hours from the junction of Highways 400 & 11 in Barrie, Ontario. With the routes mapped out so nicely, the hardest part is deciding which one(s) to take. The guides that follow can help you plan the timing of your fall foliage trips so that you can enjoy them when fall colours in each region are at their peak!
Additional fall colour road trips are available by geographical locations east of Toronto, and west of Toronto to Northern Ontario. Unsurprisingly, leaf colour changes occur earlier the further north in Ontario one travels.
The diversity of the Algonquin area resorts destination is unmatched in North America. Below are three spectacular suggested fall colour routes which could form part of an Algonquin Park circle tour drive or road trip.
The fall colour road trips include the Southern Algonquin Route, Algonquin East Side and the Northern Algonquin Route as recommended touring routes with helpful identification of attractions, accommodations, and driving directions.
More links to Fab Fall Colours!
Check for Fall Fairs on your fall colours road trip
This information is offered in an effort to promote Ontario tourism and because I really miss experiencing firsthand the beautiful fall colour change that can only be found in this part of North America.