The Fall Foliage At These 5 State Parks In Louisiana Never Fails To Enchant

Louisiana is known for a lot of things, but fall foliage rarely seems to make the list… and that’s a shame because Louisiana does, in fact, see the leaves change! Sure, it may not be the brilliant kaleidoscope of colors you would find in New England, but we do see the colors change. While the rest of the country sees peak fall foliage in the first few weeks of October, Louisiana tends to see the colors change towards the end of October and into November. The northern part of the state will see the colors change first, and we’ve rounded up some of the best state parks in Louisiana to do a little leaf peeping.

Planning on doing any Louisiana leaf peeping this year? These scenic drives in Louisiana are perfect for seeing those autumn colors!

Address: Chemin-A-Haut State Park, 14656 State Park Rd, Bastrop, LA 71220, USA
Address: Jimmie Davis State Park, 1209 State Park Rd, Chatham, LA 71226, USA
Address: Walter B Jacobs Memorial Nature Park, 8012 Par Rd 4, Shreveport, LA 71107, USA