Thursday, October 29, 2020

DCNR’s Last Fall Foliage Report Shows Fall Leaves Beginning To Fade

On October 29, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources issued its
sixth weekly Fall Foliage Report for October 29 to November 4 which shows fall colors moving south across Pennsylvania. 

The arrival of the remnants of Hurricane Zeta will likely bring the season to a rapid halt. 

This week’s report will be the final installment for the year, ending reporting on what has been an exceptionally vivid fall foliage season in Penn’s Woods.

The report includes specific reports from DCNR foresters in regions across the state.  New reports will be issued every Thursday.

Visitors can get suggestions about the best spots to view fall foliage on the Penn’s Woods Fall Foliage story map and on the Pennsylvania Tourism Office website.

For fall-inspired festivals and experiences, go to or follow Visit PA on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. Pursue your happiness and join the conversation using the hashtag #FallinPA.

Visit Explore PA Trails for information on trails throughout the state and Get Outdoors PA for local recreation opportunities.

  For more information on state parks and forests and recreation in Pennsylvania, visit DCNR’s website, Click Here to sign up for the Resource newsletter, Visit the Good Natured DCNR Blog,  Click Here for upcoming events, Click Here to hook up with DCNR on other social media-- Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.


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