Food and Fun in the Forest at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest

Food and Fun in the Forest at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest

Spend a day under a canopy of fall colours at Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest. The event runs October 5 and 6, and offers plenty of fun activities for the whole family at Terra Cotta Conservation Area, Halton Hills.   

This year festival goers can enjoy a mix of local vendors, take in live music and see a Wild Ontario bird show. Visitors can roam along Terra Cotta Lane and enjoy a magician, giant-sized family games and beautiful fall scenery. Terra Cotta CA is a great place to take in the beautiful fall colours and get inspired by nature.

Kids activities include a bouncy castle, face painting, Kreative Kidz Art Bus crafts, wagon rides and Nerf Battleground games. Stop at CVC’s selfie stations along the trail to capture festival memories. 

Visitors can also take Terra Cotta’s FREE shuttle service to the Cheltenham Badlands. The site is one of the most recognizable and visited nature heritage landmarks in southern Ontario. 

Buy tickets online to save on admission and up to 50 per cent on a special Kids Play Pass. In addition to attending the festival, visitors  can show their admission receipts at any CVC parks location to receive free same day access. 

Terra Cotta’s Fall Fest is partially supported by funding through Credit Valley Conservation Foundation.  Festival proceeds support the work of CVC parks to protect natural resources, connect people with nature and inspire a deep appreciation for the role of nature in keeping us healthy and happy. For information, visit

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  • Mary McCabe says:

    We have membership but I would like to find out how much the cost of entertainment etc. Would be if I brought my two grandchildren both under five years of age. Thanks.

    • Hi Mary! With a family membership pass you can bring up to 6 people in your car for free access to the park/festival. General admission includes lots of fun activities. The only additional costs would be if you’d like to purchase a kids play pass which has more activities ($12 per child when purchased at the park). You can find all pricing info here: 🙂

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