Autumn is within the air and to assist guests plan their journeys, Georgia State Parks has launched Leaf Watch 2022. Leaf Watch helps guests analysis trails and fall occasions, guide cabins and skim protected climbing ideas. It is going to additionally monitor fall coloration because it strikes throughout the state. Journey ideas and seasonal info is out there at GaStateParks.org/LeafWatch.
Park rangers are sometimes requested when leaf colours will change. Whereas solely Mom Nature is aware of for positive, vibrant hues usually arrive in the direction of the tip of October and early November. Some places like George L. Smith and Windfall Canyon state parks in southern Georgia sport lovely colours into late November.
Georgia State Parks is encouraging photographers to share their favourite photographs on Instagram. Tag #GaLeafWatch and @GaStateParks for an opportunity to have images featured on Leaf Watch.
State parks can typically grow to be particularly busy throughout fall weekends, so rangers are encouraging company to attempt visiting on weekdays or discover lesser-known locations like Victoria Bryant or Don Carter state parks.
Officers are advising guests to make reservations for cabins, campsites and yurts as quickly as attainable. Company ought to take into account reserving for fall of 2023, since it’s common for cabins to be booked greater than a yr upfront. Reservations may be made by calling 1-800-864-7275 or at GaStateParks.org.