BEST PARKS FOR FALL COLOR
Cooler temperatures are in the air and most leaves have already turned to pretty yellows, reds and oranges. Winds from Hurricane Sandy have blown many leaves down, and much color is now on the forest floor at higher-elevation parks. Lower elevation parks still have plenty of colorful trees. Even in mid-November, it's a beautiful time for a hike or mountain getaway, and you can enjoy leaves crunching underfoot. Use our interactive map to explore the best spots for hiking and to get the latest tips from rangers. You can also find out what the experts at Georgia Forestry Commission have to say about this year’s color.