5 Epic Fall Getaways Outside Brampton

Fall colours in Brampton are stunning as is, but there are a bunch of places you can road trip to from here to discover even more! Grab a pumpkin spice latte and your blanket scarf, because a cozy, scenic journey awaits.

Here are five places for a fall getaway from Brampton:


5) Collingwood

This prime tourist spot is very picturesque, and there are an abundance of ways you can enjoy fall in Collingwood. Indulge in a fall escape at Blue Mountain (Scandinave Spa is said to be epic during the fall - imagine a hot tub in crisp fall air, surrounded by reds, oranges, and yellows..) or if you’re feeling adventurous, you can enjoy a Georgian Bay biking trail.

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Photo courtesy of Scandinave Spa


4) Agawa Canyon Tour Train

This might not be one “place” specifically, but you can take this train around Algoma, 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie, and get inspired by the incredible Canadian Shield up north. On this “departure from the ordinary” you can escape for up to three days, and while peak fall colours are around the beginning of October, it’s still an incredible tour. On the tour, you can see exactly what inspired Group of Seven paintings, too.

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Photo Courtesy of Agawa Canyon Tour Train


3) Niagara-on-the-Lake

Come on, wine and scenery - what more are you looking for? Check out the fall deals at Vintage Hotels where you can get cozy, explore over 20 unique wineries, or peruse the Heritage District, Niagara-on-the-Lake is an incredible destination for your fall getaway, just over an hour and a half away. You will definitely fall for fall at NOTL.

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Photo courtesy of Niagara Bus Tours


2) Huntsville

About two hours north, you can revel in the gem that is Huntsville. On your bike or on your feet, there are a lot of scenic trails you can explore like the Trans Canada Trail and the Fairy Vista Trail that are magnificent for fall colours. You can also get cozy and browse Muskoka’s heritage properties, or check out the Lake of Bays, or even day trip to Algonquin Park, Canada’s oldest provincial park. Expect ice cream, maple syrup, and B&Bs galore!

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Photo courtesy of Algonquin Art Centre


1) Ottawa-Gatineau

Our nation’s capital is an epic choice for your fall getaway! Check out Gatineau Park (pictured below) in particular for some amazing trails, pick some pumpkins or apples at Log Cabin Orchard or Proulx Maple & Berry Farm, try a spiced pumpkin porter at Big Rig Brewery, or get spooked on a haunted walk while dates last. This might just be the most ideal fall getaway in Ontario!

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Photo courtesy of Ottawa tourism

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