Autumn Activities for Preston Living Residents

Sustainable Development requires a balance to be maintained between development and the environment.

We understand that things are a little different this fall season, but there’s still plenty of safe activities our residents can do while social distancing! Whether you visit a Farm Market, or simply stroll through a park, there’s no shortage of fun in the Toronto area this season. So, grab a sweater and a coffee, and experience all that our City has to offer. Need help deciding your next fall activity? Preston Living has got you covered!

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

Experience a festive fall activity by visiting a pumpkin patch near you. You’ll find all your jack-o-lantern needs, freshly baked goods, and perhaps a new fall recipe to take home, as well. Preston residents can find the closest pumpkin patches at Pingle’s Farm Market or at Reesor Farm Market. (Bonus: both include fun and challenging mazes!)

Explore a Bike Trail

There’s no shortage of scenic bike trails in the city. The crisp weather and the changing colours are sure to make for a charming workout. For our residents renting apartments in East York or North York, check out Taylor Creek, the Don Valley Trails, or the Crothers Woods. If you’re renting an apartment in Scarborough, you’ll find the closest City bike trails along the East Don Parkland or the Betty Sutherland Trail Park.

Snap Photos in a Park

Toronto becomes very photogenic as the leaves start to turn colours. City parks make for a great background for your next Facebook profile picture. Any park by the Don Valley River will be close to home for Preston residents, including the Don Valley Brickworks Park, Sunnybrook Park, and Edwards Gardens. If you’re willing to venture further into the city, visit the local favourite, High Park.

Renting an apartment in Toronto sure does have its perks. All activities listed on this post are either free or come at a small entrance fee. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and like our Facebook Page for more tips on having fun in Toronto!