Foraging for Fall Foliage
October 4, 2012 1:00 pm ET
Fall is here, and what’s more fall in the Northeast than a country picnic while foraging for foliage? This month enjoy the great outdoors with a trip to see the leaves fall. Frommer’s has put together the essential list of New York locations for checking out the changing colors. Here are our three favorite locations for the brightest fall colors:
- Lechworth State Park- The Genesse River has fed acres of deciduous trees that come to life in the fall. Stay for the day and bask in the park’s orange glow.
- Warrensburg to Indian Lake- Taking a trip is about the journey and not the location so if you’re up for a beautiful tree lined drive enjoy the route from Warrensburg to Indian Lake. Frommers promises “mountains ablaze with oranges and reds” that won’t disappoint!
- Hudson River Valley- One of our favorites, the Hudson River Valley, comes alive during the fall. With crisp temperatures, you can stroll the banks of the Hudson as you relax and take in the beauty.
For more information on spotting fall foliage click HERE.
Featured image by Alex Gao.
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