5 Best National Parks to Visit in the Fall
There’s no bad time to visit a national park but in autumn, many of our 63 parks come to life in the air and on the ground. To see the finest fall colors, national parks offer a nature opportunity to bathe in the warm glow of yellow, or-ange, and red leaves. Here are the 5 best national parks to visit in the fall.
NEW RIVER GORGE
America’s newest national park is a wonderland in fall and a bastion of outdoor activity, especially for anglers looking to go fishing in national parks! This chasm of autumnal color is one of the best national parks for fall foliage best enjoyed from the seat of a mountain bike, the comfort of a raft, or on foot in hiking boots.
GREAT SMOKEY MOUNTAINS
From foothills to mountaintops, the most visited park in America is also one of the best national parks for fall foliage thanks to cascading waves of amber red, golden yellow, majestic orange, and even some purple mountain majesties if you’re lucky!
See the full article posted by Jeff Bogle on www.TakeMeFishing.org.