Acadia National Park. Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand Teton National Park. Zion National Park. New River Gorge National Park. North Cascades National Park. What do these six amazing national parks have in common? They’ve been named “The Six Best U.S. National Parks To See Fall Foliage” by Best Life. And, at least when it comes to the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, we couldn’t agree more: it is, hands down, the best place to see fall colors.

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With so much to do and see in the nation’s newest national park (and officially one of the best!), you’ll want to plan to stay awhile and to return again and again. Best Life, you were absolutely right. The New River Gorge National Park IS the best place to see fall colors in the nation.

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