Shedding Leaves And Beautiful Scenes: National Parks To Visit In The Fall

The best way people can witness the changing of seasons and color is to visit National Parks. These beautiful places offer spectacular scenery that are more than Instagram worthy. Here are some of the country’s best places to visit in the fall.

Image source: expedia.com
Image source: expedia.com

Valley Forge National Historical Park, Pennsylvania

Valley Forge in Pennsylvania is just a short drive for those coming from Philadelphia. This place was where General Washington and his army stayed during the Revolutionary War. Visitors can learn more about the daily lives of those who lived in the 18th century, and they can see beautiful parklands and forests that are rich in color from October to late November.

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

This park has more than 300 square miles of heavily forested parkland. Shenandoah also boasts of beautiful oak and chestnut trees, poison ivies, and other beautiful flora species. Visit from mid-October to early November to witness its glory in the fall.

Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

This park houses a famous cave system, which is 400 square miles of underground caverns. Aboveground, its forests have oaks, gum trees, and dogwoods that shed colorful autumn leaves.

Image source: nps.gov
Image source: nps.gov

Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park in Montana has beautiful fall foliage. Its alpine forests offer an unforgettable, breathtaking view. A lot of wildlife are out in the park during the fall, including grizzlies, eagles, and wolves.

Visit this Dwyer & Associates blog to learn more about National Parks in the United States.

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