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Leaf peeping season is just around the corner. If you love everything to do with fall, including the gorgeous foliage, then you’ll definitely want to head to the three locales below. From crimson leaves in High Park to the perfect lakeside autumn setting at the Scarborough Bluffs, check out the best places to see fall foliage in Toronto. 

High Park

High Park is hands down one of the best places to spot some fall foliage in Toronto. This urban park is conveniently located in the city, making it ideal for those who live downtown. There are plenty of trails to explore, and even more photo ops once the leaves turn. In addition, if you want to make a day of it, there is so much more that High Park has to offer. Consider a visit to the High Park Zoo or take your kids to the Jamie Bell Adventure Playground.

Scarborough Bluffs

The Scarborough Bluffs are a must-see attraction in Toronto no matter the time of year. But the fall is really when the bluffs at their most beautiful. The combination of fiery leaves next to the turquoise blue lake is nothing short of stunning. Walk around Scarborough Bluffs Park, Bluffers Beach, and the marina, or to get a higher vantage point, visit Cathedral Bluffs Park or Scarborough Crescent Park.

Rouge National Urban Park

Rouge National Urban Park becomes an oasis of fall colours in September and October. This massive park stretches from Scarborough up into the GTA suburbs of Markham and Pickering. It has an extensive network of hiking trails that are maintained by Parks Canada, as well as several driving routes if you’d prefer to leaf peep from the comfort of your heated car seat. One of the best places to spot fall foliage is in the part of the park near the Toronto Zoo. 


If you plan on exploring the outdoors in Toronto this fall, then you’ll want to book a room at the Super 5 Inn Toronto. Just a short distance from the best places to find fall foliage in the city, we combine quality service and top-notch amenities with an unbeatable location.