Hackeney Road: Located in Woodstock lies this beautiful rural road constructed in 1912-1914. Near the southern end there are traces of an old stagecoach road that stretched from the Kelly Road toward Alberton. It's a mix of farmland and forest. Although officially called the Hackeney Road, locals refer to it as the John Joe Road after a past resident.
McKenna Road: While exploring the Appin Road in southwestern Queens County you will come to a 'T' intersection. Turn onto the McKenna Road to see an incredible canopy of trees with vibrant colours. A perfect road to pull over and get out of the car with your camera to explore.
Millman Road: One of the first scenic heritage roads to be officially designated as a heritage road, Millman Road is located north of Kensington. A wonderful view of the surrounding countryside is provided from a high hill near the northern end of the road. Drive under the branches that reach up and over to create an umbrella of different colours while still allowing the sun seep through.
MacArthur Road: The MacArthur Road in Elmwood twists and turns through a charming rustic landscape of old apple orchards, the remnants of abandoned farmsteads, beautiful lush maple, birch, pine and spruce trees. Perfect for a drive on a sunny fall day.
Jack's Road: If you are looking for an incredibly peaceful fall drive, turn down Jack's Road in Wood Islands. A narrow, winding trail where time seems to stand still, this rustic passage is a gentle reminder of simpler times past.
New Harmony Road: Just northeast of Souris, you will discover the most idyllic red dirt road, with a leafy canopy overhead. New Harmony Road is a stunning scenic drive and great shortcut to the north shore.