Fall Colors  In Texas

Texas is not at the forefront of people’s minds to visit for fall foliage because of our southern climate, there are still some great places to find fall colors in Texas

Lost Maples State Natural Area

Lost Maples State Natural Area is a veritable showcase of the beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Much recommended for anyone living in San Antonio area.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

The best time to visit in order to experience Texas fall colors in all of their glory is from late October to early November. Maples provide a blast of color.

Garner State Park

Garner State Park is most popular state park in Texas for overnight camping and Frio River specially in fall season make it everyone's favorite place to visit.

Dinosaur Valley State Park

Dinosaur Valley State Park, located just northwest of Glen Rose in Somervell County, Texas. Not just fall colors you will have some adventure in this state park. 

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park

The Piney Woods of East Texas is home to a diverse array of flora that makes it one of the best places to see fall colors in the state

Daingerfield State Park

The park is especially known for its Rustling Leaves Nature Trail. Located in the mixed pine-hardwood forest of East Texas. 2 hour drive from Dallas

McKinney Falls State Park

If you live in Austin, you can go here for fall colors. Favorite spot for all the photographers and swimmers. This place has one of the best natural water fall in Texas.

Tyler State Park

Enjoy shimmering fall foliage at Tyler State Park. a stunning recreational area located just north of the city of Tyler. 

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