The Awesome Hike That Will Take You To The Most Spectacular Fall Foliage In Delaware
We’re just a few weeks away from the best leaf peeping weeks in Delaware! This year, fall foliage is expected to peak in Mid-October. For a truly spectacular autumn weekend hike, head to White Clay Creek State Park during the second or third weekend (10/13-10-21) for a display of fall colors that will take your breath away.
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With how beautiful White Clay Creek State Park is year-round, you might expect the trails to be packed. Thankfully, this park still remains one of Delaware’s hidden gems, and chances are, you’ll be hiking with few people, or nobody at all! The serenity you’ll find here is unlike any other spot in the state – unless, of course, you’re looking to be completely alone in the woods. If you really need a solo getaway, try planning a camping weekend in October at Blackbird State Forest, which is The One Place To Sleep In Delaware That’s Beyond Your Wildest Dreams.