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Fall has arrived in Yorkton, and that means it’s time to take advantage of this fleeting yet wonderful season. Whether you love hunting for the most scenic fall tree, or prefer to spend October eating pumpkin flavoured goodies, there are several ways to celebrate the arrival of fall in Yorkton. Keep reading for our list of the top three things to do in Yorkton this fall.


Go for a Fall Walk

Enjoy the beautiful fall foliage that Yorkton has to offer by going for a walk or hike. Yorkton is home to several spots that are perfect for leaf peeping. Logan Green Park, the Ravine Ecological Preserve, and Saltcoats & District Regional Park all offer trails in and around Yorkton to enjoy. If you prefer to cycle, there are also cycling trails available at most of these parks. 


Visit the Yorkton Farmers’ Market

The Yorkton Farmers’ Market is on at Parkland Mall every Thursday between March and December. At the market, you’ll find a mix of Yorkton residents and visitors showcasing their local produce, homemade baked goods, prepared foods, and crafts. Come fall, you can expect plenty of pumpkins, gourds, squash, and other seasonal goodies. The Yorkton Farmers’ Market is on from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm sharp each Thursday. 


Eat Pumpkin Cheesecake from Mano’s

Mano’s Restaurant & Lounge is a Yorkton institution. They are known for their delicious fine dining cuisine. But come the fall, there is only one thing we want on their menu: the Harvest Pumpkin Cheesecake. One of the tastiest desserts on the planet, Mano’s Harvest Pumpkin Cheesecake features a creamy pumpkin spice cheesecake under a layer of light caramel mousse, and topped with ginger spice cake cubes, white chocolate shavings, and a homemade caramel drizzle. It is one of the best ways to get into the fall spirit in Yorkton. 


If you plan on visiting Yorkton, Saskatchewan this fall, then be sure to book a room at the Home Inn & Suites Yorkton. An unbeatable location, comfortable accommodation, and family-friendly amenities await.