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Pinery Oaks Show Their Colour This Weekend

By November 8, 2018September 23rd, 2020No Comments

The fall colours last a little longer in the Grand Bend area. Pinery Provincial Park, 15 km south of Grand Bend, is home to rare and beautiful Oak Savannah. Pinery Provincial Park protects almost 50 percent of the world’s remaining Oak Savannah. The oak trees typically turn to their fall red and burnt orange colours at the beginning of November. They are right on schedule this year. Colours will be at their peak this coming weekend, November 9-11. The weather forecast predicts sunny and cool weather for Sunday.

Pinery Provincial Park passes are available to Pine Dale guests (limited quantity, first-come-first-served.) Stay with us overnight and spend the day on any of the 10 walking trails available for exploring throughout the Pinery. Five trails have an accompanying trail guide, and three are wheelchair accessible. A trail-ready wheelchair, donated by the Friends of Pinery Park, is available to borrow from rentals, free of charge.

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Rooms start at $135/night, plus taxes and fees.

 

 

 

Pine Dale Motor Inn 107 Ontario Street South, Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada
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T: 1-519-238-2231
TF: 1-888-838-PINE (7463)
F: 1-519-238-5756
E: pdale@pinedale.on.ca