Fall has arrived in Toronto! Here are a few of SpotHero’s favorite fall activities in the greater Toronto area.
Dates: October 6-7
Location: Garrison Common, 9100 Garrison Rd., Toronto
Price: Tickets start at $35, available here.
Details: Toronto’s Oktoberfest returns for its 10th anniversary this year, with all the trappings! Don your dirndls and lederhosen for the best dressed contest, enjoy traditional food and drink, and take in live entertainment over this two day festival. Click here for additional info.
Apple picking in Niagara
Dates: Varies, typically apple picking season peaks in September and ends late October.
Locations: Various locations throughout Niagara, click here for a list of suggested spots
Price: Varies depending on location.
Details: Nothing says fall like a day in an apple orchard. This family-friendly activity is a great way to spend a nice fall day. Many area farms offer additional seasonal activities, like pumpkin patches, cider and baked goods. You can click here for location suggestions and details.
Fall Fair at Evergreen Garden Market
Dates: September 30-October 30
Location: 550 Bayview Ave., Toronto
Details: Come enjoy the season at the Fall Fair! This family-friendly event has numerous fun activities, including a pie and jelly making contest, a Halloween costume contest, and a hay bale maze that ends in a pumpkin patch! Learn more here.
Cheer on Your Team at Scotiabank Arena
Dates: Scotiabank Arena hosts events year-round!
Location: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay St.
Price: Varies depending on the event, pricing and event listings here.
Details: Fall sports and events are here! Head out to Scotiabank Arena for one of their many events. With hockey and numerous performers and other events on offer, there is truly something for everyone. You can see a full list of upcoming events here.
Dates: October 26-29
Location: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St W.
Price: Tickets start at $15, full details available here.
Details: Canada’s premiere art fair features over 90 exhibitors from across Canada, the U.S., and overseas. Visitors can explore the new Focus Exhibition, a way for artists to present ambitious new work, as well as featured exhibits and innovative special installations. Click here for a full list of exhibitors and programs.
See the Salmon Run
Dates: Early September until Early November, peak season is typically mid-to-late October
Location: Various locations throughout Ontario, click here for suggested viewing spots.
Details: The annual salmon migration through the Great Lakes is a time like no other. Whether you fish or you just want to spend a day in the great outdoors, don’t miss out! You can find suggestions for ideal viewing spots as well as additional information here.
Head out of town
Heading for destinations—known and unknown? We get it! If you’re headed out of town and need airport parking, SpotHero is here to help!