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'Leaf watch' website tracks best fall color in Georgia
Tallulah Gorge - photo by Scott Rogers

Peak leaf color in Georgia is usually toward the end of October or early November, when there are warm, sunny days and cool, crisp nights.

And to help leaf watchers find the best scenery this fall, Georgia’s State Parks is offering an online “Leaf Watch” travel planner.

Regular updates at keep travelers posted on how fall color is progressing across Georgia’s Blue Ridge.

The website is filled with top trails and overlooks, mountain cabins and campsites, fall events, and safe hiking tips. 

Georgia’s top state parks for leaf watching include Amicalola Falls in Dawson County, Smithgall Woods and Unicoi in White County and Vogel in Union County.

Other parks include Black Rock Mountain, Cloudland Canyon, F.D. Roosevelt, Fort Mountain, Moccasin Creek, Red Top Mountain, Sweetwater Creek, Tallulah Gorge and Victoria Bryant.