The Fall Foliage At These 11 State Parks In West Virginia Is Stunningly Beautiful

Fall is here, and with it the leaves are turning beautiful shades of red, orange and yellow. West Virginia is a great place for leaf peepers — it is mostly forest after all. Here are a few of the state parks where the leaves are especially beautiful this time of year.

For a map of when fall foliage in each part of the state is expected to hit its peak, click here.

Happy leaf peeping!

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Where do you like to look at the fall foliage? Feel free to name some other great places in the comments!