Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
November 18  --  Mother Nature surprised us with a late but colorful forest canopy. During early November, most leaves turned beautiful red, orange and gold.  However, winds blew leaves down quickly and most parks are now past peak.  This means that hikers can now enjoy the open canopy and will notice hidden streams and rock outcrops, as well as unusual tree shapes.  Leaf Peepers will still find some color at lower elevations, such as Red Top Mountain, F.D. Roosevelt and Fort Yargo. 

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