Kansas September 17, 2018
Fall Is Coming And These Are The 11 Best Places To See The Changing Leaves In Kansas
Fall is almost here! Are you excited? These amazing Kansas places are the best spots for viewing the changing leaves this fall. Kansas is a beautiful state, that only gets better when the natural seasons bring color into the trees. Have you visited all of these places during fall before?
1. Eisenhower State Park - Osage City
This gorgeous state park is an underrated location in the fall, often overlooked by non-locals. It's truly a hidden gem, displaying all sorts of beautiful colors when it's time.
2. Glick Mansion - Atchison
Atchison is a town full of beauty and historical buildings, but this mansion in particular feels like it's full of extra fall spirit. It's surrounded by beautiful trees that are just waiting to turn.
3. Cross Timbers State Park - Toronto
Cross Timbers is a state park full of trees, and that can only mean that it'll be covered in red, yellow, and orange by the time fall rolls around.
4. Bartlett Arboretum - Belle Plaine
Bartlett Arboretum isn't open all the time, but you'll want to catch all of their fall events just to get a glimpse of these beautiful trees.
Manhattan is a city that's full of beautiful trees that fill the whole place with color when that time rolls around.
6. Riverside Park - Wichita
Riverside park in downtown Wichita is a great place for a casual walk under the trees, or just a day next to these beautiful lotus flower water decorations. Just make sure to bring some frozen mixed veggies for the ducks! There are a lot of them.
7. Overland Park Arboretum
Overland Park has a gorgeous arboretum to visit as soon as you start to feel a chill in the wind. When the colors start to turn here, you'll find yourself surrounded in trees of all colors.
Garnett is a beautiful small town that just happens to get even more beautiful as soon as fall rolls in. If you find yourself taking any road trips, come through here to catch the red and orange leaves on your way.
Topeka is another beautiful city that has plenty of trees to cover both the ground and branches with bright yellows and reds. Nothing looks more beautiful against the historic buildings near downtown.
10. Gypsum Hills - Medicine Lodge
This might not be about the trees, but the red rock at the Gypsum Hills never fits in more than it does during the fall. It's a whole new way to enjoy the year's colors.
11. Cedar Point Mill - Cedar Point
Cedar Point Mill is a great postcard-worthy scene that only becomes more breathtaking once red, yellow, and orange leaves are added to the scene. Just take a look for yourself this year.
Where’s your favorite place to go when fall colors come to Kansas? Tell us in the comments below! Also, once you’re ready for fall and surrounded by all these amazing fall colors, the only thing left to do is travel. Why not check out
these corn mazes to make it feel even more like fall?