By: Leah Shoup

Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge

This park is home to the tallest waterfall in the state and is a popular leaf-peeping spot due to its location within two hours of Atlanta.

Tallulah Gorge has multiple rim trails where you can spot waterfalls, gorgeous overlooks, and some of the best views of fall foliage in Georgia.

Tallulah Gorge State Park

This Georgia state park features two waterfalls and beautiful peak fall colors at the end of October and beginning of November.  Don't forget to take a photo from the Main Overlook!

Cloudland Canyon State Park

This state park is a favorite among avid hikers. Don't miss the Stone Wall, Stone Tower, and West Overlook Trails Loop for epic views of the changing leaves.

Fort Mountain State Park

Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia, making it a top spot to see fall foliage. Discover 360-degree views of the Chattahoochee National Forest from its summit.

Brasstown Bald

You'll see gorgeous fall scenery throughout Vogel State Park, including the fall foliage surrounding Lake Trahlyta. For an easy hike with a waterfall, hike the Lake Loop Trail.

Vogel State Park

Hike the Mount Yonah Trail for one of the best views of the North Georgia mountains during the fall. Hiking not your thing? Check out Yonah Mountain Vineyards!

Yonah Mountain

Gibbs Gardens is a hidden gem for fall foliage in Georgia. Don't miss the Japanese Maples Colorfest, which runs from mid-October through mid-November.

Gibbs Gardens

Piedmont Park is one of the best places to see fall foliage in Atlanta. Pack a picnic and enjoy the cool weather or take a walk down Park Drive Bridge.

Piedmont Park

Go hiking at Sweetwater Creek State Park to check out the colorful fall leaves surrounding the creek and the ruins of an old mill.

Sweetwater Creek State Park