Visit Spruce Knob Lake In West Virginia For An Absolutely Beautiful View Of The Fall Colors
With almost 80 percent of the state blanketed by natural forests, it’s no wonder why West Virginia is a top destination for leaf peepers all across the country. From late September until late October, the Mountain State transforms into a beautiful sea of ambers, yellows, reds, and oranges that are truly breathtaking. Spruce Knob, the highest peak in West Virginia, is a popular spot for many looking to catch a glimpse at nature’s transformation, but there’s a beautiful lake tucked away in the Monongahela National Forest that’s perfect for doing some leaf-peeping. Let’s check it out.
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