Top Ways to View the Fall Colours
It’s hard not to fall in love with the spectacular views in South Georgian Bay, especially during the autumn months. What better way to admire the fall colours than from one of these vantage points?
260 Scenic Caves Rd, Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 0P2
Walk across Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge and marvel at the beauty of South Georgian Bay in the fall. You will be able to admire the stunning colours while overlooking Georgian Bay.
Note: Admission is required to access the suspension bridge
Collingwood Regional Airport, 1997 Concession 6N RR4, Stayner ON LOM 1S0
Big Blue Air offers unique and memorable tours across the region that will give you a picture-perfect view.
Grey Road 112/Side Road 25, Meaford
Across the Bighead River Valley from Scotch Mountain, Irish Mountain Lookout offers one of the best views of the area. The sweep of Nottawasaga Bay with the Niagara Escarpment rising behind it will take your breath away. Parking, picnic tables, and public bathrooms are available.
Grey Road 119, The Blue Mountains
This lookout gives a birds eye view of the Blue Mountain Village, Collingwood, Georgian Bay and even Wasaga Beach & Midland on a clear day. Follow Scenic Caves Road and veer right at the bend, following Grey Road 119. There is parking on the right hand side as well as across the road on your left.
Grey County Road 7, Kimberley
This lookout is best viewed in the fall season when all the leaves in the Beaver Valley are vibrant reds and golds. This lookout can be accessed off Grey County Road 7, north of Kimberley.
Psst – only in the area for a short amount of time? One of our favourite ways to sneak in some beautiful views is to take the scenic route. Check out some our favourite scenic drives here. Stopping to take a photo of these views? We’d love to see! Tag us @sgeorgianbay or use the hashtag #SGeorgianBay on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook for a chance to be featured.