What are YOU going to do this weekend?           October 25, 2012
Autumn in Ontario

While the weather lasts, you’ve got to get out and see the stunning autumn colours. Red, yellow, orange – enjoy the views with all the tours and hiking trails we’ve found across Ontario.

Born To Ride Bicycle lets you rent all kids of bikes: road bikes, mountain bikes, dirt bikes and even children’s bikes. And they offer 50 guided cycling tours to help you explore the area. Bike along the waterfront, through the country or forests. Even try one of their tasting tours! So grab a bike, and helmet and enjoy the great outdoors!

If you’re looking for a fun tour, this is the place. St Jacobs is best known for their horse drawn tours such as their maple sugar bush tour, Mennonite farm tours, buggy rides. So head on over and take a ride like you never have before.

Until October 31st, come out for tours of this amazing farm. As you explore the beautiful countryside, you also get to plant seeds, pick fruit and vegetables and see the animals. Pick a few pumpkins while you’re at it!

Did you know that a walk in the woods reduces stress no matter what your age? Every Sunday from now through December, take a walk through the woods in the Royal Botanical Gardens! Enjoy all the beautiful sites nature has to offer. It’s fun for the whole family.

Don’t miss seeing Ontario’s colours change this fall. Get out and enjoy the brisk autumn weather. For more of Ontario’s outdoor nature options, check the Parks, Beaches and Gardens page on Summer Fun Guide and de-stress for awhile!

Featured Events
Cask Beer Festival
October 27th - 28th. Visit the Evergreen Brick Works for the Cask Beer Festival featuring ales from 75 micro-breweries across the country. You’ll also find local food, live music and art. A perfect event for beer lovers everywhere. Cheers!


Made by Hand Show
October 27th in Mississauga, check out the Fall Craft Show – where everything is made by hand! Over 190 Canadian exhibitors showcase thousands of one-of-a-kind gifts. Do a little shopping while supporting local artists and designers.

A Healthy Dose of Horror
This Saturday check out A Healthy Dose of Horror at the Kingston Museum of Health Care. Bring the kids 3-5pm for fun facts & hands-on activities; adults come on their own in the evening for a fascinating (or horrifying) lecture!

Eastern Ontario

Fort William Historical Park
Fort William Historical Park is the world’s largest fur trading post and one of North America’s largest living historical attractions.  It recreates the days of the Canadian fur trade.
(Northern Ontario)

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Sometimes, you need an extended chat session with your friends. Tell us about your favourite place for an overnight getaway with your girlfriends for a chance to win! Contest closes October 31, 2012.

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Ontario Trails
Whether you’re looking to take a walk, hike or trek through the great outdoors, this website has all the details for planning your adventure. They have information about sites and trails across Ontario with maps and descriptions. No matter where you find yourself this fall, get out and enjoy all that nature has to offer.

Coming Next Week
Ontario Breweries

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