Take A Wagon Ride Through The Fall Colours At This Ontario Winery

With fall in full swing, it’s time to enjoy all the beautiful colours that the province has to offer. Muskoka Lakes Winery not only has a variety of vino, but also has a wagon ride that you won’t want to miss.

Put on your favourite autumn sweater, grab a pumpkin spice latte and head out to this Ontario spot. Muskoka Lake Winery’s harvest season is here and there are so many fall things that you can do.

From September 26 until October 25 you can tour the estate on a tractor-pulled wagon that will drive you through a forest of orange, yellow and red hues.

Sit back and soak in the views, before heading to their wine tasting portion of the tour. You will get 30 to 40 minutes to sample some of their bestselling vino.

However, if you want to land a spot on this Bog to Bottle tour, you do need to book tickets in advance.

Muskoka Lakes Winery Lets You Take A Wagon Through The Fall Colours

For $55, you can gain access to their weekend pass, which gets you on the wagon ride, wine tasting and even their Cranberry plunge.

With 27 acres of cranberry fields, guests can submerge themselves into a bog of the red fruit. It’s the perfect opportunity to grab an amazing fall photo.

Muskoka Lakes Winery Lets You Take A Wagon Through The Fall Colours
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Once you are finished with the tour, you can also wandering around the trails in the area to soak in even more autumn views.

If you need a little rest, you can also try the venues new cider.

Launching in 2018, this autumn drink not only comes with Ontario apples but is also blended with cranberries that are grown on-site.

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Looking for more wineries to check out this fall season?

Puddicombe Estate and Farm has everything you need for the perfect seasonal adventure. Including pick your own pumpkins, a train ride, and wine.

*Cover photo credits: Muskoka Lakes Winery & shagunsuhail | Instagram

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