Ontario Park’s 6 Undiscovered Parks For Seeing The Fall Colors

Ontario Park’s 6 Undiscovered Parks For Seeing The Fall Colors

The shift from summer to fall means different things to different people. To some it’s the start of the pumpkin spice latte season, while to others it marks the beginning of the wild ride known as fantasy football. To Canadians, the fall season means fantastic foliage as the various shades of green turn to golds, oranges, ochres and vibrant reds. There are many fantastic places to see these colors before the trees drop their leaves, including these 6 undiscovered Ontario Provincial Parks that come highly recommended by the Ontario Parks authority and are sure to please those looking to connect with nature in all it’s autumn vibrancy.

6. Charleston Lake Provincial Park

Charleston Lake Provincial Park is located in Leeds and the Thousand Islands township near Brockville, Ontario. There’s lots to see and do in this park including canoeing, fishing, swimming and hiking up to the 636 foot summit of Blue Mountain. The park occupies just over 9 square miles on an extension of the Canadian Shield which allows plants and animals that are normally found in more northern locations to coexist with those species more typical of the parks southern location.

Charleston Lake Provincial Park
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