Fall Events & Attractions

A waterfall in a forrested area of Halton Region.

Halton Region has many exciting fall activities for residents of all ages. From haunted houses and walking trails, to street performances, there is something for everyone!


Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Enjoy the fall foliage and walk or bike along 13 km of trails that weave through farmers’ fields, hardwood forests and historic orchards. Enjoy a picnic with family or camp with friends.

Farmhouse near Bronte Creek

Open: Daily 8 am – dusk
1219 Burloak Drive, Oakville
905-827-6911
ontarioparks.com/ (external link)

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Bronte Creek Harvest Festival

Hosted by the Friends of Bronte Creek Provincial Park, this event showcases and celebrates the harvest season and our heritage. Pick your own pumpkin, take a wagon ride, make a heritage craft and find your way through a maze. Fun for the whole family!

Farm property near Bronte Creek

Runs: September 23 – 24, 10 am – 4 pm
1219 Burloak Drive, Oakville
905-827-6911
brontecreek.org (external link)



Camper Halloween

Camp at Bronte Creek Provincial Park this October. Decorate your campsite, dress up and trick-or-treat around the campground and then go on a spooky hike! Please note that activities are for registered campers and their guests only.

Halloween event at a campsite

Runs: October 13 – 15 and 20 – 22
3201 Upper Middle Road West, Oakville
905-827-6911
ontarioparks.com (external link)



Etsy Made in Canada – Halton Region

For one autumn afternoon, the Art Gallery of Burlington will be transformed into an in-person Etsy marketplace. Craftoholics and gift-finders alike can find locally made, unique and curated treasures. Surround yourself with creativity and join the handmade movement, learn about the processes behind the craft and even take part in DIY workshops led by Etsy makers themselves.

Handmade gifts and edibles

Runs: September 23, 11 am – 5 pm
Art Gallery of Burlington
1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington
etsyhaltonregion.ca (external link)

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Royal Botanical Gardens

Experience RBG as part of the 2017 Pumpkins to Pastries Trail—experience the beauty of fall on our scenic nature trails and two nights of the spectacular Great Pumpkin Trail.

Flowers and leaves

Open: Until October 9, daily, 10 am - 8 pm; after October 9, 10 am - 5 pm
680 Plains Road West, Burlington
905-527-1158
rbg.ca (external link)

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Masquerade on Main & Mill – Georgetown BIA

Visit historic Downtown Georgetown for a trick-or-treat event from 11 am to 1 pm. Children are entertained by street entertainers while visiting each business to ask for treats! Main Street is closed during this event, offering a fun-filled and safe trick-or-treating environment for all ages! Come Mill around Main!

A scary clown in a fun top hat.

Runs: Saturday, October 28, 11 am – 1 pm
Main & Mill Street, Georgetown, Halton Hills
905-873-4970
downtowngeorgetown.com (external link)

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Trick or Treat on Mill & Main Street – Acton BIA

For one afternoon, downtown Acton gets spooky! Children age 12 and under can come to Mill and Main to show off their costumes and trick or treat at various local businesses. Fun for the whole family!

Acton BIA logo

Runs: Saturday, October 28, 12 – 3 pm
Mill & Main Street, Acton, Halton Hills
519-853-9555
downtownacton.ca (external link)

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Mountsberg Conservation Area

Visit Mountsberg’s Pumpkin Patch and Pumpkin Passport to Discovery; romp in the Play Barn and visit with the live raptors! Weekends include live bird of prey shows.

A child feeding a goat through a wooden fence

Hours: 10am – 4pm
2259 Milburough Line, Campbellville, ON L0P 1B0
905-854-2276
haltonparks.ca (external link)

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Treats in Our Streets – Burlington Downtown Business Association

Wear your best costume and visit downtown Burlington to trick-or-treat this Halloween. Sponsored by the Burlington Downtown Business Association, families are invited to collect goodies from participating businesses. Lots of activities throughout the event will be sure to entertain people of all ages!

A child in mouse ears playing with a pumpkin

Runs: Saturday, October 28, 11 am - 2 pm
Civic Square, Burlington
905-333-9868, ext. 3
burlingtondowntown.ca (external link)

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Fall into Nature

Enjoy the fall colours and outdoor experiences including chairlift and wagon rides, trails and landscapes, pumpkin activities, music, birds of prey shows, food and more.

Leaves overtop of a scene of Halton with the words 'Five days! Seven parks!' written over top

Hours: October 7 – 9 & 14 – 15, 10am – 5pm
Mountsberg, Crawford Lake, Hilton Falls, Rattlesnake Point, Kelso Conservation Areas
905-336-1158
fallintonature.ca (external link)

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