The Hoosier State has some World Class Fall Foliage

part 2 of 3, Foliage Trips in Indiana

In our last post about fall foliage trips, we talked about Northern Michigan.  Peak color moves from north to south as Autumn progresses, and yes, you can enjoy peak color right here in Indiana.  You’ll just have to travel a bit to get there.

The nationally renowned leaf spot in the state is Brown County, near Bloomington.  A couple of state parks in Central Indiana are also pretty nice in the fall:  Turkey Run State Park, about 65 miles west of Indianapolis, and Clifty Falls Sate Park in Madison.   A lot closer to home is Chain O’ Lakes  in Noble County, Indiana, in the United States. The park is 19 miles northwest of Fort Wayne. And, don’t forget Pokagon State Park, about a fifty minute trip North on I-69 near Angola.  These two parks will hit peak color a week or so before the parks downstate.

In our next post, we’ll mention a few great places to see the fall color show much closer to your home in Montrose Square Apartments.



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