Catch The Last Of Ohio’s Fall Color On The 2-Mile Shawnee State Park Lookout Trail

Autumn is the most magical time of the year to take a hike in Ohio. (Be sure to check out this list of trails for spectacular fall color.) Even after much of the state’s foliage has peaked, the fall color at Shawnee State Park in southern Ohio lingers for another week or two. If you’re looking for a trail that still features plenty of yellows, reds and oranges, consider taking the Lookout Trail at Shawnee State Park in West Portsmouth, Ohio.

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Have you ever hiked at Shawnee State Park? If so, what’s your favorite trail? Share your thoughts, recommendations and photos with us!

For more great fall color hikes in Ohio, check out our previous article: 8 Beautiful And Colorful Trails You’ll Want To Hike In Ohio This Fall.

Address: Township Hwy 99, West Portsmouth, OH 45663, USA