Leaves are changing colours and the fall harvest is in progress across the country, so hit the road in your RV to enjoy the beauty and bounty this season has to offer. We’ve rounded up some fall RV adventure ideas.
Get lost in a corn maze
A fun way to stretch your legs on a long RV trip, if you see a sign for a corn maze, take that exit! Maan Farms in Abbotsford, BC, is said to be one of the scariest, with a hunted maze featuring live actors, gory displays and frightening scenes. In Alberta, the Lacombe Corn Maze features a new, unique design each year that are incredible viewed from above.
Take a few winery tours
As the busy summer season winds down, it’s the perfect time to take an RV road trip through Canada’s top wine regions. From BC’s lower mainland to Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, we’ve shared some RV road trip ideas for sampling the season.
Visit a U-Pick
What better way to experience the harvest season than by picking your own fresh produce? You’ll find apples, pears, plums, pumpkins and more ripe for the picking at orchards across the country in the fall.
View the Larches
If you’re a fan of autumn foliage and have yet to enjoy the beauty of larches in the fall, it’s time to plan an RV road trip to see them. The larch trees look like evergreens in spring and summer, but turn golden yellow and then lose their needles in the fall. In their golden stage, standing out against surrounding evergreens, they are a spectacular sight to see. Click here for our recommendations of a few great places to RV with the larches.