Pennsylvania Has the 2 of the Best ‘Secret Places’ in America for Fall Foliage
Autumn is here, and Pennsylvania has plenty of glorious colors that will take us into the winter months. I personally think Pennsylvania is one of the most beautiful states to be in during the autumn months. The Keystone State offers endless amounts of glorious fall colors. As it turns out, Pennsylvania has two of the best “secret places” in America to view fall foliage.
The crew at BestLifeOnline.com has a list of the best “secret places” to view fall foliage. “You can plan entire trips around leaf peeping, whether it’s heading to a national park for unimpeded foliage or planning a drive to take in the dazzling orange, red, and yellow hues that dominate the landscape,” they write “And while the pastime is popular enough to send crowds to well-known viewing destinations, there are still plenty of under-the-radar options for getting your fix.”
Before we get to our state, let’s look at No. 1. The top spot in the U.S. is the beautiful Julian, California. Then, No. 2 is Denver, Colorado. “According to experts, a quick loop in the car can get in some of the best fall scenery anywhere in the U.S.,” BestLifeOnline.com notes.
Pennsylvania Has the 2 of the Best ‘Secret Places’ in America to See Fall Foliage
So, what about us? Gettysburg is No. 7 on this list, which is pretty impressive. “If you’re hoping to cross any major historical sites off of your bucket list this year, experts say the beginning of autumn can make Gettysburg that much more special of a trip,” the publication states. Then, coming in at No. 8 is Pittsburgh. Of special interest here, the outlet states, is “Frick Park, the city’s 644-acre historic woodland park.” It’s beautiful during the fall months. View the full list of the best “secret places” in America to see fall foliage here.