Scott Creek Trail in October – Riding Mountain National Park
Did you know that Fall is our favorite season up here in Riding Mountain National Park?
Here is our Family’s Top 10 Reasons why Fall is a great time to visit RMNP:
- The sounds and smells of crisp, golden autumn leaves crunching beneath our feet while hiking on one of Riding Mountain’s many beautiful trails.
- Listening to the flocks of Canadian Geese flying overhead in their V-shaped formations
- Watching the sunset over Clear Lake while sipping a warm, autumn beverage
- Spending a warm Fall day playing on an uncrowded beach
- Taking a day-trip out to the Bison enclosure and enjoying the colorful fall foliage along Lake Audy Road
- Watching the Northern Lights dance vividly above the waters of Clear Lake
- Hearing the bugling call of the big antlered elk as they call out to their prospective mates
- Roasting marshmallows around a warm, crackling campfire
- Breathing in the crisp air on an early morning autumn walk along the Lakeshore Trail to Deep Bay and back
- Watching the very busy beavers stockpile their lodges in preparation for a long winter while strolling along the Ominik Marsh Trail
Thunderbird Bungalows is open until the end of October with low, off-season rates.
Contact us to book your Fall adventure today!