Here Are The Best Times And Places To View Fall Foliage In Florida

Although it could definitely be a little cooler, we’re starting to finally feel the onset of fall in (some parts of) the Sunshine State. Whether you’re planning a visit or you’re just a curious resident, the 2017 Fall Foliage Prediction Map from SmokyMountains.com is here to help.

So basically, if you really want to see the best fall foliage in the Sunshine State, wait until mid to late November and explore some of our stunning state and county parks in North Florida. Torreya State Park in Bristol, for example, has an especially wonderful view from its scenic bluffs.

You can check out the fall foliage map for yourself here. There’s also some neat information on the science behind the changing and falling leaves. What’s your favorite place to see fall foliage in Florida? Send us your photos!