Fall IS HERE!! Want to know the best places in South Carolina to see the colors?


Want to know some of the best spots in South Carolina to see the best colorful autumn colors?


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Fall Color Report, October, 2017

Cool crisp mornings herald the beginning of fall and the autumnal color change.  The entire forest has begun to change from the deep verdant hues of summer to lighter shades of green, tinged with yellow.  Sourwoods and dogwoods currently display the brightest colors as their deep crimson tones begin to pop against the mellow yellow greens of the canopy.  The late summer drought has stressed some trees causing leaves to wither and fall.  The sugar maples and redbuds are yellowing now and will continue to change in the coming days. Peak color will probably be a progression with the mountain peaks seeing their best color the last week of October and the lower elevations along the Highway 11 corridor seeing the best color at the end of October first of November.

Here's a list of some of the best SC State Parks to view fall color:

Caesars Head State Park
Chester State Park
Devils Fork State Park
Jones Gap State Park
Keowee-Toxaway State Park
Kings Mountain State Park
Musgrove Mill State Historic Site
Oconee State Park
Oconee Station State Historic Site
Paris Mountain State Park
Poinsett State Park
Table Rock State Park

Read more about color change and autumn here.

Here's a list of Leaf Watch 2017 for GA State Parks:

Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge — Dawsonville

Black Rock Mountain State Park — Clayton

Cloudland Canyon State Park — Near Chattanooga

F.D. Roosevelt State Park — Pine Mountain

Fort Mountain State Park — Chatsworth

Moccasin Creek State Park — Lake Burton

Smithgall Woods State Park — Helen

Tallulah Gorge State Park — Near Clayton

Unicoi State Park & Lodge — Helen

Vogel State Park — Blairsville