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Fall in Virginia
October 17, 2013
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Upcoming Events

  October Days at Thee Red Barn
  Boones Mill: Oct. 19 & 26

  Powhatan's Festival of the Grape
  Powhatan: Oct. 19

  Community Oyster Roast
  Irvington: Oct. 19

  Nature Journaling Workshop
  Wallops Island: Oct. 19

  Craft Beer Festival
  Virginia Beach: Oct. 19-20

  Appalachian Heritage Fall Festival
  St. Paul: Oct. 19

  Bowling Green Harvest Festival
  Bowling Green: Oct. 19

  Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival
  Staunton: Oct. 18-20

  Parrish Pumpkin Patch
  Kenbridge: Through Oct. 31

More Events


Fall Getaways

  Leaf Peeper Getaway to Luray

  Fall in Fairfax County 

  Autumn on The Crooked Road
 
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Fall Foliage Report

Peaks of Otter by @caleb_varney
Peaks of Otter photo by @caleb_varney 10/16/2013
The bright sunny days and cool, crisp nights we're experiencing now are ideal conditions for trees to bring out their fall colors. These colors are revealing themselves across the state. In Southwest Virginia, colors continue to transition away from green. In the higher elevations near Abingdon and the Blue Ridge Parkway, colors are at peak. In the New River Valley, approximately one-quarter to one-third of the trees have color. In the Allegheny Mountains, significant color change can be seen in Highland County. In the Shenandoah Valley, the fall color change is underway. Fall colors continue unfolding in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain.

See the full report here.


Shenandoah National Park Foliage Report

Leaf colors in Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park
In the southern section of Shenandoah National Park, the color is just about at peak right now. You’ll likely see a mix of trees that still have a bit of their summertime green, some that have pretty much lost their leaves, some that have turned about halfway, and some that are brilliant with color. There’s still some Virginia creeper showing off its almost-unreal scarlet and some sassafras and sumac displaying their nearly luminescent arrays of tones, like a big freshly opened box of crayons. Read the full report.

Fall in Virginia Sweepstakes

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Mabry Mill photo by Solitary Traveler Photography
Mabry Mill, Photo by Solitary Traveler Photography 10/14/2013

Help us show off Autumn in the Old Dominion!

Tag your fall images on Instagram, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter with #FallinVA and we will feature images in future fall reports and on www.Virginia.org/Fall

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Virginia's Scenic Drives

Scenic Road in Varina

"Sunday drive" every day of the week this fall along these fabulous winding Virginia routes. Find photogenic foliage opportunities, great eats, and other hidden treasures

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48 Hour Getaways

Barn in Blue Grass VA

Escape to Virginia's fall splendor. Whether it is just the two of you or the whole family, these trip ideas will get you started.

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Virginia Wine Month

Barboursville Vineyards

October is Virginia Wine Month and the perfect time to discover your local crush at any of Virginia's 230+ wineries, wine festivals or wine trails.

» October is Virginia Wine Month

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