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Ontario Fall Colours Progression Report

Ontario Fall Colours Progression Report

See Autumn’s beauty!

Leaf Colour Reporting Guide

Ontario Fall Colour Report By Regions
Last Update: September 15, 2021

Welcome to the most popular and comprehensive fall leaf leaf colour transition report.

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Autumn leaf changing in Ontario is a very special time. The spectacular display of fall leaf colour is visible all over beautiful Ontario and makes fall road tripping a mandatory tradition. This seasonal show takes place in the months of September and October.

Leaf Colour Changes By Region

Click on a region below to expand details and useful links.

Central Ontario Region


Algonquin Park
Green Dot

20% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Parry Sound
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Georgian Bay
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Haliburton Highlands
Green Dot

10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green, Pops of orange, yellow and red

Midland | Penetanguishene
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Barrie |  Horseshoe Valley | Orillia | Simcoe County
Green Dot

10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Southern Georgian Bay | Grey County | Blue Mountain
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Kawarthas / Northumberland
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Muskoka
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green


Muskoka Driving Tour Ideas:

  • Take Muskoka Rd 17 from Gravenhurst to Bracebridge, you can stop at Muskoka Beach for a gorgeous view of Lake Muskoka and enjoy the canopy views along the way
  • Take Hwy 117 to Baysville and Dorset, stop and walk along the river in the park then to Dorset to the Lookout Tower
  • Take Hwy 118 east Bracebridge to Hwy 35
  • Take Hwy 118W to Port Carling, climb the hiking trail Huckleberry Rock, the pink granite rock cut overlooking Muskoka Lake, and loop through Windermere and Minett
  • Take Muskoka Road 38
  • Take Muskoka Rd 13 Severn Bridge to Torrance is a winding road, with lots of maple trees,
    stop and hike through the Torrance Barren

Eastern Ontario Region


Prince Edward County
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Upper Ottawa Valley/Renfrew County
Green Dot

10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Ottawa Area
Green Dot

10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green, Pops of yellow, orange and red


Visit the following websites for more information and activities:

Autumn in the Ottawa Valley

Southwestern Ontario Region


Wellington County | Fergus/Elora
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Lambton County
 

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Essex County | Leamington
 

50% – Leaf Fall: 10% // Predominant colours: Green
Ontario Parks report date Oct. 13 from Wheatley

Northern Ontario Region


Thunder Bay Area
Green Dot

0-10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Sault Ste. Marie | Agawa Canyon
Green Dot

0-10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Northeastern Ontario
Green Dot

20% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Niagara Region


Niagara Region | Niagara Falls
Green Dot

0-10% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Toronto & Area


York Region
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Durham Region
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Headwaters Region
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Caledon Region
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

High Park
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

Burlington
Green Dot

0% – Leaf Fall: 0% // Predominant colours: Green

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Fall Leaf Colour Progression Report

As reported by Ontario Parks and other sources for the 2021 season.
All data posted here is pulled from reports from provincial parks all over Ontario with assistance by tourism operators in regions of Ontario.

Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report

Fall Colour Reports direct from Ontario Parks’ website are a great resource if you’re heading to an Ontario park north in Ontario this fall.

Looking for the best activities ‘to do’ in fall 2021? What’s popular and what you should book early to avoid disappointment can be found in the

Best Fall Activities in Ontario blog.


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