• Leane Randle

Alabama’s Fall Colors Trail

Tourism has identified 12 North Alabama locations where you can see the Fall Colors at their best. In Birmingham that includes Oak Mountain State Park. Check out their website – HERE .

Since, Alabama’s leaf changing season may be off a week or two, here are some websites to help you get the most out of the colorful Fall season.

We have two websites that make the latest predictions on Fall Colors in the South. The first site is . This site, which of course focuses on the National Parks and public lands surrounding Smokey Mountain National Park, publishes a national 2018 Fall Foliage predictor map.

The second “go to” site is the Foliage Network. The site’s weekly reports are short and concise, just enough info to help you in your search for colorful leaves in our region.

In Alabama, if you wanting to see the Fall Colors in all their glory, the Alabama Department of Tourism has produced a Fall Colors Trail.

Don’t miss Alabama’s Fall Colors this month. Schedule an outing. Take a love one on a hike or drive. I might be a week or two later than usual, but you won’t regret it.

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