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Fall in Virginia
October 31, 2013
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Upcoming Events

  Smith Mountain Lake Fall Chili & Craft Festival
  Moneta: Nov. 2

  Montpelier Hunt Races
  Montpelier Station: Nov. 2

  The Virginia Wine and Oyster Classic
  Irvington: Nov. 2

  Merroir & Terroir - Oyster Extravaganza
  Machipongo: Nov. 9

  Legends of Main Street: A Suffolk Ghost Walk
  Suffolk: Nov. 2 & 9

  Owl Prowl Guided Hike
  Ewing: Nov. 9

  Fredericksburg Zombie Walk
  Fredericksburg: Nov. 2

  Oysterfest at the Mimslyn Inn
  Luray: Nov. 2

  Bluegrass, Barbeque and Brew Festival
  Brookneal: Nov. 2

More Events


Fall Getaways

 Getaway to Mathews and the Chesapeake Bay

  Virginia Mountain Getaway to the Roanoke Valley 

  Explore Natural Tunnel State Park
 
 
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Fall Foliage Report

Near New Market in the Shenandoah Valley  photo by @lucasroastingco
Near New Market in the Shenandoah Valley photo by @lucasroastingco 10/30/2013
The weather has slowed the fall season color change. Nighttime temperatures around freezing and bright sunny days are needed to produce vivid colors. In Southwest Virginia, few areas of peak color remain. In the New River Valley, colors are at peak or past peak. Along the Blue Ridge Parkway, higher elevations are past peak but the lower elevations are in prime season. In the Shenandoah Valley, approximately 50% of the trees have color. The Piedmont still has approximately 60% color. The Coastal Plain is transitioning away from green and is expected to peak in mid-November.

See the full report here.


Shenandoah National Park Foliage Report

Shenandoah National Park
Shenandoah National Park 10/31/13
There’s still plenty of color to be seen if you visit Shenandoah any time in the next few days. Sure, you’re not going to find yourself standing under maples and oaks glowing with the blazing hues of early fall – fiery gold, Day-Glo orange, Atomic Fireball red. But when you gaze out from peaks like Compton, Hawksbill, Turk Mountain, or from overlooks along Skyline Drive like Range View, South River, or Trayfoot Mountain, you’re still going to see lots of color. Read the full report.


Fall in Virginia Sweepstakes

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#FallinVA

Sinking Springs Cemetery in Abingdon photo by @visitabingdonva
Sinking Springs Cemetery, Photo by @visitabingdonva 10/30/2013

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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Food Festivals

Carter Mountain Orchard

Enjoy the tastes of Virginia at a food festival. Brunswick stew, oysters, chili and other specialties await!

» Food Festivals


Fall Getaways

Couple on the porch of The Omni Homestead

There's still time to get away with your family or that special someone this Fall. Here are some suggestions.

» Fall Getaways

Virginia Wine Month

Linden Winery photo by dbechamps

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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