Where to See
Fall Colors in Georgia
By: Leah Shoup
Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge
Located in the North Georgia mountains, it's one of the most popular Georgia state parks in the fall thanks to its proximity to Atlanta.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
During this season, the most beautiful fall colors can be found around the suspension bridge, which sways 80 feet over the water below.
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Georgia's highest state park sits at 3,640 feet in Rabun County. Don't miss the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Tennessee Rock Trail.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
This park features unique and rugged geology as well as some of the best hikes in Georgia in the fall. We suggest the West Rim Loop Trail.
Fort Mountain State Park
One of the best things to do in the fall in Georgia is the check out the stunning foliage from Fort Mountain's various overlooks.
Home to the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, apple orchards, beautiful hiking trails, and scenic waterfalls, you'll love the fall foliage in this small mountain town.
This mountain marks the highest point in Georgia, offering unparalleled 360-degree views of the Chattahoochee National Forest in the fall.
Vogel State Park
The second oldest state park in Georgia has the popular Lake Loop Trail, where you see some of the best Georgia fall foliage surrounding Lake Trahlyta.
One of the best places for fall leaves in Georgia is Gibbs Gardens, located in Ball Ground. Just make sure to check the bloom update!
Red Top Mountain State Park
Discover some of the best foliage Georgia has to offer at this park, which also features 15 miles of hiking trails. It's a short drive from Atlanta!
Read more about the best places to see fall colors in Georgia here!