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Ontario – an immense Canadian province full of fall adventures: Hike or paddle in popular Algonquin Park near Toronto; take a train ride through the Agawa Canyon north from Sault Ste Marie; hike along the Bruce Trail on the Bruce Peninsula; or enjoy a road trip along the historic Niagaga Parkway ending in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Stunning fall colors fill the great outdoors of Northern Ontario, surround the great roar of Niagara Falls, and brighten the parks and sidewalks of Ontario's urban cities of Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario is a grand fall destination.
From Cobourg head east and discover Belleville. With charming and comfortable accommodations, Belleville yields the kind of stay you'll never forget – especially during fall. Along the Bay of Quinte, you'll enjoy 13km of cycling, hiking, and walking trails. Be sure to try some fishing along the Moira River, or enjoy a pleasant picnic at Riverside Park.
Parliament Hill in Ottawa, the seat of Canada’s federal government is a must-see and a special treat during the daily changing of the guard. See the city and catch the intensity of autumns colors on a walk along the Rideau Canal or join fans for the excitement of Ottawa Senators hockey at the Canadian Tire Centre. Don't miss these Ontario festvials, agritourism, and outdoor adventures.
The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off exciting fall season events in Ontario's Queen City. The full passion for fall comes when the Toronto Maple Leafs take the ice at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto. Enjoy spectacular fall events like Nuit Blance, Halloween on Church Street and Fashion Week downtown, or for the more traditional, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Toronto is also known for these eight annual events.
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