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Absolutely a wonderful ride along the winding roads of the forks -- The fall is just stunning. You... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Gerri M
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Fort Erie, Canada
Fall Colors abound

We took this drive a couple times in the past few years, it is especially beautiful in the fall... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2018
jarmsworthy
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Caledon, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Absolutely a wonderful ride along the winding roads of the forks -- The fall is just stunning. You can enjoy a full day with a stop here and there for breathtaking views or a bite to eat. So beautiful.

Thank Gerri M
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Reviewed August 20, 2018

We took this drive a couple times in the past few years, it is especially beautiful in the fall with the changing of the leaves. Go in the afternoon and try a nice dinner at one of the local restaurants and cafes then watch the sunset over the pallet of colors surrounding you.

4  Thank jarmsworthy
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Reviewed August 15, 2018 via mobile

It’s so nice to wind ones way through this terrain. Slowly one must go through hair pin turns but you also want to take in the scenery. Each season brings a new frame to enjoy Mother Nature at it’s best! It tends to be very busy around Thanksgiving but other times of the year can be equally rewarding. The Badlands will soon be reopened to the public and there are many spots to enjoy lunch along the way. Make a day of it and add on art tours at either or both Alton Mills and Glen Williams. Escape to the country

1  Thank Saucysavory
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Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile

The Forks of the Credit road is a well known local road for drivers and motorcyclists. It's quite common to see groups of motorcycles or sports cars enjoying a drive/ride on summer weekends. The hills and curves are fun to negotiate and the hairpin on the hill is a challenge car and bike alike! I've traveled it many times, always a beautiful trip.

Thank HughCBrampton
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Reviewed August 4, 2018

This road is a must-do for a drive in the country. Lots of twists and turns, and a few small towns to grab a meal or an ice cream. Just super pretty from start to finish!

Thank MaraFromToronto
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Reviewed April 30, 2018

Winding road, hairpin turn, river, trail through rocky landscape, ruins of old lime kiln, remnants of old quarry, vista point, rock climbing, wild animals: foxes, deer, turkeys. hawks, lots of colorful birds. These are some of the highlights of the beautiful area surrounding the Forks of the Credit.

2  Thank Adam S
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Reviewed October 28, 2017

We are over from UK for a wedding and visiting family so we came here to see the trees and how amazing it was with all the twist & turns and hills on this stretch off road
Well worth a visit

Thank Jean B
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Reviewed October 26, 2017

A very scenic drive thru Ontario countryside just 30-40 minutes north of Toronto airport. A treat during fall with the leaves changing colour! Cute little Belfountain town with cafes/bars and conservation areas to walk and picnic

Thank Deep1122
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Reviewed September 18, 2017

A favorite drive in the spring or fall. The twists and turns, the up and down contours of this road are always fun. Shoot some video on your dashcam, speed it up on playback and you'll think it's a roller coaster ride. Try and follow the motorcyclists, and you'll see why they like it so much. Tough to keep your eyes on the road when the scenery is so grand. The fun drive can end at the Belfountain inn for lunch or dinner. The railway trestle is used by the Credit valley explorer train ride, and you may see the train rolling overhead as you drive underneath, and then you're right at the same height to the tracks. and you should come back the same way, but the drive feels different. Weekends can be busy and even cause traffic slowdown but you won't mind following the car in front because you'll see up ahead what you will experience. Just great fun.

5  Thank billybitzer
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Reviewed September 16, 2017

The drive is scenic as its one of the few hilly area roads in GTA, has lots of twists and hairpin bends surrounded by thick green foliage. The actual destination of Belfountain at the end is rather an anticlimax as there is very little to do there except a curio shop selling all sorts of ends and ends with a surly and rather cold lady owner and a coffee shop selling snacks. There is a nature conservation park through which the Credit river flows and a Fountain with a Bell on it. Nothing really spectacular. Ontario has really no mountains so we make do with what little we get.

Thank cuudlybear69
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