We try to get up to the park at least once a year. It's an amazing park, with 20 interpretive walking trails, some include waterfalls and lookouts. Being here is so serene! It's a great place to unwind from the hectic everyday life. I know a lot of people would much rather be on a sunny beach on some island far away, but for us we love to drive to our destination and soak up the scenery of our beautiful country we live in, along with what nature has in store for us.
The weather was cool in the mornings in the mid 40's to low 50's up to low 70's in the afternoon. First couple of days were cloudy, but sun broke out late afternoon, the rest of the week was sunny.
Bill took so many fabulous pictures capturing the fall colours. I will share some in this post and then more in a future post.
Be sure to click on the photos to enlarge them for a better view.
This was taken on day 2, just as the sun was breaking through the fog, shortly after 7am. So tranquil.
A view from across Tea Lake.
Colours of Autumn - along Opeongo Road
The Common Loon has been on Bill's list of 'lifers' to get for years, and finally he was able to capture them on Opeongo Lake.
And how about a bit of nature - mushrooms - gorgeous!
I hope you enjoyed what I shared today. I will have more in another post shortly. Thanks for your visit today.