Fall Camping Destinations: Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
Standing beneath a cathedral of trees with orange and red maple leaves, it’s hard to imagine a better place to experience fall in Canada. It’s no wonder thousands of tourists travel to Algonquin as a prime fall camping destination, as soon as the temperature drops and the bugs have packed it in for the year. The majestic colours of sugar and red maple trees are best seen in mid-September to mid-October. Aspens, tamaracks and red oak trees, on the other hand, hit their peak in mid-to-late-October. You’ll also have a chance to see big bull moose, antlers now full-grown, ready for mating season. In the evenings, channel your animal spirit and howl with the wolves. Algonquin Provincial Park is the mother of fall camping destinations.