Few things characterize autumn in North American more than apple picking, apple pies, and apple cider.
If you feel like connecting with nature and experiencing a Canadian tradition, head to the western tip of the island and the Labonté Orchard for a wee session of apple picking. There is a small admission fee of $2, and you are free to stay on site for as long as you like. If you don't go for the apple picking, go for the heaven-sent desserts at the on-site café. The apple crumble will make you a believer.