Niagara Falls Has Plentiful Bounty In Fall

Niagara Falls in fallThe Niagara Region has a lot to offer in the way of fruits and vegetables during the fall season. Our bountiful region offers delicious corn, apples, squash, berries, and many other fruits and vegetables to be harvested during the month of October.

There are a number of Pick-Your-Own fruit and vegetable farms in the region, which provide a unique fall destination and activity for people of all ages. You can also visit a local farmers market to experience and purchase the best crops that the region has to offer. Some farmers markets in the region include:

Niagara Falls Farmers Market: 5943 Sylvia Place, Niagara Falls (Open Saturdays 6am-noon)

• St. Catharines Farmers Market: 91 King St., St. Catharines (Open Thursdays and Saturdays 6am-3pm)

• Welland Farmers Market: 50 Market Square, Welland (Open Saturdays 6am-noon)

A number of farms in the area also feature pumpkin patches, which are a perfect fall destination for guests looking to choose and take home their very own gourds. Whether you pick your own fruits and vegetables, or buy them from local farmers, you are sure to enjoy the rich and delicious bounty offered by the Niagara region in the fall.