Autumn is just around the corner. Perhaps you have noticed that the leaves have started to change colors around the area. Those who are eager for fall color to reach full intensity may have to wait just a little bit longer, but Kim Hatcher, the Public Affairs Coordinator for Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites, anticipates that it will be worth the wait.
Leaf Watch 2018 will soon be launched at www.gastateparks.org. The online feature will track the progression of fall color at parks across the state as well as offer recommendations for best parks at which to view fall color. Hatcher encourages visitors to share pictures on Instagram for a chance to be featured on the Leaf Watch site.
Peak season is usually mid-late October for higher elevations in Georgia and into November for the southern part of the state.
The season of autumn will officially arrive on Earth’s Northern Hemisphere on Saturday, September 22nd.
Get more information about Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites on their website. You may also call for a brochure that will be mailed to you free of charge; the number is 1-800-864-7275.
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