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Your 48-hour fall getaway will be one for the memory books. Experience farms transformed into playgrounds with apple picking, harvest festivals, corn mazes, and hay rides through pumpkin patches. Or perhaps fall leads you to the coast, where migrating fowl are the only crowd you'll find. Whatever you choose, Virginia’s scenic roadways will show off the striking natural beauty along the way.
The highest mountains of Southwest Virginia are past their peak colors, but the back roads still provide a pretty drive. Skyline Drive and much of the Blue Ridge Parkway should be at or just past peak this coming weekend. Lower elevations along the parkway are still approaching their best color. Descending into the Piedmont, color changes range from 50 to 75%. There is a good mix of shades, contrasting with deep green pines. Oaks here are ranging from still green to deep red and orange-brown. Farther east, colors are patchy but noticeable. The best show in the East is still a couple of weeks away.
Read the Shenandoah National Park Leaf Report (10/24/14)
Fall is a romantic season in Virginia. Take a nice drive, a crisp walk, and enjoy your time together. LOVE lives in Virginia.
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For an up-to-date report on fall color, call the Fall Foliage Hotline:1-800-424-LOVE