You’ll Be Happy To Hear That Georgia’s Fall Foliage Is Expected To Be Bright And Bold This Year

While Georgia has had a relatively dry year in terms of rainfall when compared to the last 30 year average, it won’t affect just how bright and beautiful the leaves will get this year. October is quickly approaching, which is the peak time to catch the leaves changing throughout the northern part of Georgia. So get your binoculars ready, prepare the car, because leaf peeping season is officially about to begin.

Have you ever been to Georgia during the changing of the leaves? Share with us our favorite places to visit! Some truly remarkable spots in Georgia to witness the leaves changing include:

Amicalola Falls State Park – Dawsonville

Cloudland Canyon State Park – Close to Chattanooga

Black Rock Mountain State Park – Clayton

Fort Mountain State Park – Chatsworth

Tallulah Gorge State Park – Near Clayton

Vogel State Park – Blairsville

Unicoi State Park – Helen

James H. Floyd State Park – Summerville

George L. Smith State Park – Twin City

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a spectacular fall foliage hiking trail in Georgia, make sure it is the trail that shines red once a year.