Where to Find the Fleeting Fall Color
December 02 2022
The trees were a little late changing into their autumn coats, but from all accounts they are looking good this year! The color won't last long, so catch it while you can.
Look for gold, copper, and red on trees in northeast parks, including Lake Bob Sandlin, Tyler and Daingerfield. You'll also find color pop-ups at Dinosaur Valley, near Waco and at Guadalupe River in the Hill Country.
For a list of more parks with autumn color, see the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine story Why Do Leaves Change Color in Fall? Once you decide where to go, call the park to make sure the leaves haven't fallen from the trees before you head out, and don't forget your day pass.
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife
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