8 Best National Parks To See Fall Foliage

 Great Smoky Mountains: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in two states has some of the best fall foliage.

Acadia National Park: If you're a fan of foliage, head to Maine, at the northeast tip of the U.S., for truly unbeatable views.

Shenandoah National Park: In northern Virginia, Shenandoah National Park has beautiful fall colors.

Zion National Park: Zion is known for its stunning canyons, but its cottonwood and maple trees become a beautiful yellow in autumn.

Grand Teton National Park: The park's aspen and willow trees display golden fall colour against the Teton Range.

Denali National Park: Denali National Park's tundra and low-growing bushes turn red and gold in October.

Great Basin National Park : The park's historic bristlecone pine trees contrast well with autumn colors.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park: The Cuyahoga River, woodlands, and marshes in this Ohio urban park provide a magnificent fall color painting.

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