If you’re wondering where to go for your next cabin adventure, consider some of these top Canada destinations. Check out what Fall in Canada has to offer to travelers, and what you can expect when you visit.
Whistler is an outdoor playground located in the foothills of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia. The area draws adventurers from all around and has so much to offer those who make a visit. Coming here in October, travelers can expect awesome hikes, fantastic arts, and gorgeous scenery. Your next cabin vacation in Whistler is sure to be amazing! This is a great place to stay at a cabin with your family, friends, and even pets.
Cheakamus River Hike
Nature lovers will absolutely love hiking in the Whistler Interpretative Forest this October. With so many miles of scenic trails, blue waters, and crisp air, you won’t want to miss this hike conveniently located in Whistler. We love the Cheakamus River Hiking Area because there’s so much see all on trails that the whole family will love. Hike along the Cheakamus River, cross a suspension bridge, and make your way to the noteworthy Loggers Lake. You can easily customize your hike to accommodate your schedule and difficulty preferences. Come here in October to take advantage of the relaxed vibe and gorgeous fall color and weather.
Fall Arts and Wine Walk
If you’re lucky enough to be in Whistler this October, make sure to check out the annual “Fall For The Arts” events throughout town. Experience a wealth of arts, culture, and exquisite dining opportunities during this time of year. Visit dozens of art galleries and see installations from local artists. The popular Whistler Wine Walk is an enchanting way to get to know the town and sample some of the Whistler’s finest local wines. For families, there are tons of interactive exhibits that give kids an amazing creative experience that is sure to add a memorable moment to your trip.
Searching for quintessential Whistler scenery? Take a trip to Rainbow Park at Alta Lake, Whistlers popular destination for kicking back and exploring alike. This lake is knows for its fantastic canoeing opportunities and sprawling grassy fields. Rainbow Park is right in the foot of the mountains and offers amazing views all around. During October you’ll be able to see a bit of fall color as well. Bring your pup to enjoy one of Whistler’s most scenic dog parks and hit the trails for a brisk autumn walk.
Corry Lake, Ontario
If you want your next cabin getaway to be located in a secluded natural area, come check out Corry Lake in Ontario. Located northwest of Ottawa near the Quebec border, this spot is nestled in rugged wilderness and has much to offer cabin travelers. Awesome fishing, leisurely canoeing, and breathtaking views are all here in this one-of-a-kind secluded paradise. Come check Corry Lake out this October and you’ll get to see how amazing Ontario looks during the fall.
Corry Lake is known for exceptional musky, northern pike, sunfish, trout and large mouth bass. You can enjoy fall fishing at Corry Lake and use virtually any technique you like. Your best bet while fishing Corry Lake is to get here by early morning, when the fish are biting.
Canoeing and Kayaking
Make a day of it by taking your kayak down the Chalk River through wetlands and lakes to the eventual destination of Corry Lake. You’re sure to see Ontario’s diverse wildlife from ducks to turtles. Paddle through lush old growth forests and crystal clear waters for an immersive October nature escape.
The fall color around Corry Lake is exceptional during the month of October. The lake gets plenty of oranges as well as reds. You’ll want to snap a few pics during golden hour! Come take a look this October if you’re a leaf seeker, Corry Lake is sure to impress.
St. Andrews, New Brunswick
If you’re in the mood for a coastal cabin getaway during October, St. Andrews in New Brunswick should be on your list. Feast your eyes on amazing whale watching, beautiful parks, and charming history in town. You’ll also enjoy feasting on the local cuisine, featuring many fresh favorites like lobster! A quaint and cozy cabin getaway awaits those who venture to St. Andrews in October.
One of the reasons travelers love St. Andrews during October is to catch some late season whale watching. Hop aboard with a whale watching guide and get up close with some of nature’s most majestic creatures. You’ll have the opportunity to see humpback finback, minke, and north Atlantic whales. These charters are the perfect way to experience Canada’s coast with one of a kind wildlife viewing along with educational demonstrations on the boat. This is a great one for the families, with many awe-inspiring moments that will spark your curiosity long after you get back on dry land.
For a little bit of nature right in St. Andrews, head to Pagan Point located on the eastern side of the peninsula. This is a nature preserve that would make a great place for wildlife viewing, stargazing, and a relaxing stroll along the shoreline. Here you’ll get to know the salt marshes that support a richly diverse ecosystem, including a number of birds. Your October vacation to St Andrews should include this spot, it’s easily accessed and has convenient parking just nearby.
What better way to end your day in St. Andrews than to discover an epicurean delight at one of the local eateries in town? Seafood lovers will rejoice at the fresh offerings, with shrimp, lobster, and haddock topping the list of the locals’ faves. The cuisine of the area can be characterized as a blend of delightfully artistic while still achieving that wonderful “comfort food” feeling.
October is a wonderful time to get out there and explore a new area. There’s something special about the way the air gets crisp, the leaves being to change as the summer gives way to fall. Make your next cabin vacation a memorable one by checking out one of these top Canada destinations for October!