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Fall in Virginia
September 25, 2013
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Upcoming Events

  State Fair of Virginia
  Doswell: Sep. 27-Oct. 6

  Neptune Festival
  Virginia Beach: Sep. 27-29

  Guinea Jubilee
  Hayes: Sep. 28-29

  Lovettsville Oktoberfest
  Lovettsville: Sep. 27-29

  Farmer's Day
  South Hill: Oct. 5

  Eastern Shore of Virginia Harvest Festival
  Kiptopeke: Oct. 2

  PulaskiFest
  Pulaski: Sep. 28

  Festival of Grapes and Hops
  Petersburg: Sep. 28

  Green Hill Medieval Faire and Highland Games
  Salem: Sep. 28-29

  Burke's Garden Fall Festival
  Tazewell: Sep. 28

More Events

Fall Getaways

  Fall Foliage, Food & Football

  Heart of Virginia's Wine Country

  Explore Natural Tunnel State Park
 
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Fall Foliage Report

Virginia Creeper changing color on Mill Mountain
Virginia creeper changing color on Mill Mountain in Roanoke.
Foliage conditions throughout the state are still predominantly green. Slight color changes among some tree species, such as poplars, creeper, sweet gum, dogwood and maple, can be seen in higher elevations and some rural areas. Peak colors are expected in the mountains during mid to late October; the Piedmont and Coastal Plain are expected to peak during late October.
See the full report here.




Shenandoah National Park, image taken Oct. 9, 2011
Photo from September 28, 2012. NPS/Bob Kuhns
Shenandoah National Park Foliage Report

SNP will begin posting weekly fall color updates Friday, September 27. There will also be a Fall Color Webcam link so you can see for yourself. Plan a trip to Shenandoah for October! Great views, great weather, great hiking!

Shenandoah tip of the day: If you're coming during October, come mid-week!

See the full report here on Friday.





#FallinVA

instagram by davidnakamura shenandoah national park
"Top o' the mornin'" @davidnakamua Camping in Shenandoah

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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Fall Festivals

Boy with a pumpkin

Besides a stunningly beautiful scenic drive, festivals are perhaps the best way to love your fall experience in Virginia.

» 15 Fall Festivals for Family Fun
» 10 Free Things for Fall


Apple Picking

Apple Picking at Graves Mountain

Juicy, fresh-picked apples are hard to beat. Visit Virginia's orchards to pluck your own, or find an apple themed festival for ready-to-eat treats!

» Apple Orchards and Events

Virginia Wine Month

Virginia Wine Month

Discover your local crush with Virginia Wine Month in October. Virginia is a wine destination unlike any other, with more than 200 wineries surrounded by lavish scenery, breathtaking views, quaint small towns and monumental historic sites.

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