Fall is in the air! Here are a few of our favourite fall activities around Belleville. Be sure to add them to your bucket list to make the most of the season.
1. Visit the Farmers Market
One of our favourite times to visit the Belleville Farmers Market is in the midst of the fall harvest. Fresh produce, baked goods, hot meals and more await! Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays all year-round from 9-5.
2. Take a Hike at H.R. Frink Conservation Area
Located just ten minutes north of the City, H.R. Frink Conservation Area is a popular hiking destination year-round. Enjoy the fall colours while you explore 12 km of trails through a variety of habitats, including forested trails along the Moira River and the Wetland Ecology Boardwalk.
3. Indulge in Fall Treats
Is there anything more comforting than walking into a bakery full of seasonal treats on a crisp fall morning? We can already smell the pumpkin spice and baked apples… Click here to see a complete list of cafes and bakeries in Belleville.
Pictured: pumpkin spice latte cupcakes from Sugar Mama’s Bake Shoppe
4. Take a Drive Through the Countryside
5. See What’s Brewing Locally
Patio season doesn’t have to be over just because it’s fall! Stop in at one of Belleville’s craft breweries to see what’s on tap and enjoy the patio as long as the weather allows.
6. Stroll Through the Old East Hill Neighbourhood
Crunch through the falling leaves and wander around Belleville’s Old East Hill neighbourhood, where you’ll stumble upon Glanmore National Historic Site and the Corby Rose Garden. If you’re fascinated by history and architecture, we also recommend taking a look at the Designated Historic Sites Walking Tour to learn more about some of the houses in the neighbourhood.