Fall Colors

Cheaha State Park
Joe Wheeler State Park Events
DSP fall Color
DeSoto Falls In fall Drone View by David Parker
Lake Guntersville State Park Fall Colors
Monte Sano State Park Entrance

Alabama is beautiful throughout the year, but especially in the fall. As the greens of summer surrender to glittering yellow poplars, scarlet dogwoods, orange maples and golden hickories, Alabama unfolds its patchwork quilt of color.


This blend of brilliant autumn foliage, coupled with cooler temperatures and an occasional gentle breeze, makes for an unforgettable experience.


The Alabama tourism website features a Fall Color Trail.


Read the Press Release to learn more. 


Alabama State Parks are some of the best places to enjoy the fall color change.


Providing over 2600 campsites that feature both modern and primitive camping, the Alabama State Parks provide locations that are comfortable and fun. Modern bathhouses, spacious camping pads, waterfront sites and scenic locations help create memories that will last a lifetime. 


With over 200 cabins, chalets and cottages to choose from it's easy to select a location that can accommodate any group size.


Our resort parks provide lodging, restaurants and family-fun without ever leaving the park. Over 700 lodge rooms at 6 different parks makes it convenient to plan a family Staycation.


Make your plans to visit these Alabama State Parks for a Fall color adventure:


Cathedral Caverns State Park

Cheaha State Park

DeSoto State Park

Joe Wheeler State Park

Lake Guntersville State Park

Monte Sano State Park

Oak Mountain State Park

Rickwood Caverns State Park