Top Driving Routes Georgia

Brasstown Bald: in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest is 4,784 feet above sea level and is so high up that it essentially has its own microclimate. Because of this, the leaves here reach their.

Amicalola Falls State Park:take Highway 52 North from Dawsonville. The park entrance will be on your right about five miles after you leave town. There is a $5 parking fee per vehicle.

Black Rock Mountain State Park: has a higher elevation than many other areas in the state, which means the temperatures here are cooler and the leaves usually change color sooner. 

Tallulah Gorge State Park:in southeast Georgia is an even more stunning sight in the fall. For serious hikers who are looking for a longer hike, head over to the Interpretive Center first thing .

The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway: is one of the best ways to experience prime leaf peeping in Georgia. The trip starts in downtown Blue Ridge, Georgia, at the historic depot. 

Red Top Mountain State Park: is an excellent place for leaf peeping in northern Georgia. The best spots in the park to see fall leaves are the overlooks on the mountain roads.

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