HERE’s Where You Can Find the Prettiest Fall Foliage in Virginia!

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Autumn is upon us! At last, Virginians can enjoy cooler temps, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, some of the prettiest foliage that America has to offer. Here’s where you can find the best views in VA, per VirginiaTravelTips.com.

Grayson Highlands State Park: boasting 5,000-foot peaks up top, campgrounds down below, and gorgeous waterfalls in between, the 7.5-hour drive from Tidewater is worth it. More info

Potomac Heritage Trail: resting on the land once explored by the American revolutionaries like George Washington, these trails will take you through DC, Maryland, and VA all at the same time. Visitors are able to explore the area by foot, on a horse, or even in a boat if you’ve got one. More info

Pocahontas State Park: if you’re not quite ready to completely abandon civilization yet, you can find this patch of nature just outside Richmond, 20 miles away. It features many lakes for fishing, and the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum too. More info

Virginia Creeper Trail: don’t let the spooky name fool you, this is a place teeming with Virginia’s wild flora and fauna. The trails are very family-friendly, good for any level of outdoorsman! More info

Those are just a few of the most interesting spots in VA to re-connect with Mother Nature. Where do YOU go in our beautiful state when you wanna be surrounded by Fall?