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Where To See The Fall Foliage In Oakville

Posted by Gabriela Mendoza on October 11, 2018
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The leaves are changing colours, the weather is getting colder and there’s pumpkin spice everywhere!

So why not celebrate fall by going out and exploring the beautiful foliage right here in Oakville. Enjoy the hike, bring a friend or loved one and don’t forget to take some great pictures with the colourful background.


1. Sixteen Mile Creek Trail

Where: 1033 Skyvalley Crescent

The 16 Mile Creek is located through the centre of Oakville, whether you are driving over the bridges that cross it, or hiking the forested trails you will definitely be impressed by its charismatic presence.

Don’t miss the west bank outlook! You’ll be able to see the valley of trees change with the season.

2. Lions Valley Park

Where: 1227 Lions Valley Road

This park is a serene hidden gem located off of Dundas Street on the East side of Oakville. You can enjoy the walking trails and lookouts from the new bridges on Dundas Street, which will give you the perfect look of all the leaves changing colour.


3. Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Where: 1219 Burloak Drive

This is one of Ontario’s most beautiful parks, and it’s right here in Oakville! It includes 5 adventurous hiking trails that showcase the natural beauty of the park, a family camping experience, a Children’s Farm with live farm animals and much more!


4. Bayshire Woods Park

Where: 1300 Bayshire Drive

This beautiful park is one of the best-kept secrets in the town. Located near the west edge of Oakville’s borders, you’ll feel secluded under a canopy of colourful trees during the fall.


Want to know when is the best time to go and see the fall foliage? Visit the Ontario Parks fall colour page to keep track of how the leaves are changing.


Sources: Visit Oakville, Ontario Parks



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