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3 Places in Sudbury to View Autumn Colours

3 Places in Sudbury to View Autumn Colours

 

Are you an autumn enthusiast? Autumn is a season full of excitement, comfort, and colours! If you enjoy seeing the different colours of leaves in the fall season, we have some recommendations for you. Continue reading to learn about the top 3 places in Sudbury to view autumn colours.

1. Kivi Park

Located in the South end of Sudbury, Kivi Park is the perfect destination for fall adventures! The trails at Kivi Park are open all season long for hiking, dog walking, biking, and even skiing. In the fall, going for a hike or a simple walk on one of the trails in Kivi Park will allow you to breathe in the fresh air while taking in the breathtaking view of all the trees changing colour! If you would like to view the reflection of the colourful trees, you can head down to Crowley Lake. Here you can go canoeing, kayaking, or simply take in the view from outside the water. Whatever you choose, this natural setting is beautiful in the autumn season when you can view the vibrant colours of the leaves on trees.

2. Bell Park

Bell Park is one of Sudbury’s most famous locations to participate in anything outdoors. With scenic trails, a beachside, and natural landscapes throughout the park, Bell Park is one of our top places for viewing the autumn colours. One of the most beautiful spots in Bell Park to watch the leaves change colours is on the boardwalk that borders Ramsey Lake. Here you can take a 2 km walk while enjoying the stunning scenery that surrounds you. If you are looking for a popular spot to view autumn colours, Bell Park is the place for you!

3. Onaping Falls

Onaping Falls is located west of Sudbury with a beautiful natural environment. You can experience the falls by going through a tricky trail, or by standing at one of the easily accessible lookouts. The most iconic lookout is the A.Y. Jackson lookout which was named after A.Y. Jackson, a member of the Group of Seven. At this lookout point, you have a clear view of the waterfall and the surrounding scenery. In the autumn, the A.Y. Jackson lookout is even more vibrant as the neighbouring trees provide you with bright reds, oranges, and yellows, giving you a gorgeous view of the autumn colours. If you are looking for a way to spruce up your social media game, Onaping Falls will provide you with beautiful views of the fall foliage, so you can take as many aesthetic pictures as you want to.

To experience these 3 places in Sudbury, you might need several days to explore the different locations. If you need a place to stay after a long day out, the Quality Inn Sudbury will provide you with a comforting and relaxing place to stay the night. Call us at 705-675-1273 to book your stay today!

Halloween Events In Sudbury This Fall 2021

Halloween Events In Sudbury This Fall 2021

 

It’s the spookiest time of the year! Halloween season has officially fallen upon us and there’s nothing more we want to do than snack on halloween candy, binge watch scary movies, dress up as our favourite characters and take in the halloween spirit!

Besides the traditional halloween activities that we all know and love, there are many exciting events happening online and in and around the Sudbury region that appeal to all ages!

Halloween Skate – Oct. 25 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Grab your family and suit up in your best halloween gear for an evening of giggles and ice skating! Become a registered member of the Centennial Arena in Greater Sudbury to partake in the evening of fun, laughter and spooks all around!

 Halloween at Dynamic Earth – Every Friday – Sunday 7:00pm – 11:00pm

For some spooktacular fun with the family, visit Dynamic Earth at Science North in Sudbury for some haunted events, including scavenger hunts, pumpkin exhibits and more every Friday to Sunday in October. Tickets are on sale now and capacity is limited so be sure to book now!

 Halloween Town Drive-In – Oct. 29 8:00-10:30pm

Take movie night to the next level! Horizon Drive-In is hosting a pop up drive-in theatre at the New Sudbury theatre with the feature film being no other than the iconic Halloween classic, Halloweentown! Parking spots are first come first serve and tickets are available online so be sure to clear your schedule for this special event.

 Kompany At The Grand – Oct. 28 10:00pm

Not a big fan of spooky events but still want to make the most of your Halloween weekend? Head to this 19+ event at The Grand in Sudbury and experience dubstep connoisseur Kompany in all their glory – don’t miss this epic night at Sudbury’s Hottest Club!

 Ensure you are covered for the Halloween weekend by having your hotel accommodations booked and ready before it’s too late. Quality Inn Sudbury is the central hotel that gives you easy access to all local Sudbury events alongside comfortable and spacious hotel rooms. Call 705.675.1273 to book your stay.

Pumpkin Patches You Need To Visit This Fall Near Sudbury

Pumpkin Patches You Need To Visit With Your Family

 

What better way to have fun than gathering your family and heading over to a pumpkin patch this fall? We can’t say there are too many! Experience the bright colours of fall in the leaves and pumpkins around, take in the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie, carve out a scary or funny face on a pumpkin, or even get lost in a corn maze! Northwestern Ontario has the perfect selection of pumpkin patches for you and your family to visit.

1. Gammondale Pumpkinfest

The Gammondale Pumpkinfest has been operating for over 27 years and is fully operating this fall season, rain or shine! Besides the traditional activities such as pumpkin picking, the Gammondale Pumpkinfest has numerous activities available that you can’t find anywhere else! Experience Canada’s largest pumpkin catapult or navigate your way through an entire forest maze!

2. Mockingbird Hill Farms

For more of the classic fall experience, visit Mockingbird Hill Farms and pick out your perfect pumpkin for carving and creating indulgent desserts. You can also experience both a more family friendly corn maze or if you are up for the scare, their haunted maze!

3. Wagonwheel Ranch

The Wagonwheel Ranch in the greater Sudbury area has been home to pumpkin picking as well as their own fall festival. Select your own pumpkin from the already picked selection or head out to the fields to pick out your own perfect pumpkin of choice! The fall festival at Wagonwheel Ranch also offers petting zoos, hay rides and more! Timed activity packages are planned to be available this fall, so be sure to visit their website for the latest updates.

Family fun time is always a treat in the fall, why not make it a full weekend to enjoy? The Quality Inn Sudbury is always here to provide comfortable and convenient accommodations when you need them. Call us today to book a room at 705.675.1273.