Get into your hiking clothes and head to Applewood Farm and Winery for a crisp morning of apple picking and farm fun. Don’t forget to pick up your Halloween pumpkin too. But, first, a breakfast pit-stop at Pine Farm Orchards is in order! With a delicious assortment of sandwiches, soups, and salads, plus fresh-baked treats, you can also grab lunch to-go for a tasty fall picnic at Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area. Pack a blanket and a book, and relax in a tranquil spot, soaking in that last bit of fall warmth before the temperature plummets til spring – hope you picked up a delicious, fresh-baked pie to enjoy right about now.
Once you’re done, tackle a hiking trail through the glorious fall colours at Bruce’s Mill or if you’re feeling a bit more daring, zip through the sky at Treetop Trekking-Stouffville, conveniently nestled within the conservation area. Treetop Trekking is suitable for the whole family, but reservations are required so do plan ahead.
Now that you’ve built up an appetite with all the outdoor fun, a dinner stop is in order before calling it a day. Hop on the 404 and make your to Frankie Tomatto’s for an ‘all you can eat Italian feast’.