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6 Places You Can Actually See Fall Foliage In Florida

Crunchy leaves, changing trees, and cooler temps are here!🍂
Florida Fall Foliage Places You Can Actually See The Leaves Change

Florida isn’t called The Sunshine State for nothing, and its balmy temps make it a sub-tropical destination for snowbirds all year round. But for those pining for hot coffees, comfy sweaters, and fall foliage, you don’t have to travel all the way to the northern states just to celebrate the coziest season of them all. There are actually plenty of places to see fall foliage in Florida, and this list will help kickstart your fall shenanigans.

While you may still find yourself shedding your sweater for a t-shirt during your outdoor adventures, fall in Florida is just as beautiful as it is up north.

You can throw on a pair of cute boots, grab a hot PSL, or snuggle up with your love by a campfire for all the autumn vibes in The Sunshine State this season.

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But for the iconic yellow, orange, and chestnut fall color palette, you can adventure to these spots around Florida for some picturesque fall foliage.

While the Panhandle will give you the truest autumn vibes, even Central Florida holds some fall foliage gems to explore this season.

So don your favorite fall uniform and grab your adventure buddy and check out these spots to see fall foliage in Florida.

Falling Waters State Park

Price: $5

Address: 1130 State Park Rd., Chipley, FL

Why You Need To Go: You can witness Florida’s highest waterfall framed by fall colors at this gorgeous state park.

Three Rivers State Park

Price: $3

Address: 7908 Three Rivers Park Rd., Sneads, FL

Why You Need To Go: This secluded state park will give you a glimpse of Florida’s wildlife as you hike by land or cruise by lake, with autumn colors reflecting in the water.

Morningside Nature Center

Price: Free

Address: 3540 East University Ave., Gainesville, FL

Why You Need To Go: Hike the trails of Florida’s first nature park to see some vibrant fall foliage this season.

Wakulla Springs State Park

Price: $6

Address: 465 Wakulla Park Dr., Wakulla Springs, FL

Why You Need To Go: Here you’ll find the world’s largest and deepest freshwater springs, and some beautiful views of true fall colors.

Torreya State Park

Price: $3

Address: 2576 NW Torreya Park Rd., Bristol, FL

Why You Need To Go: This scenic state park holds many treasures, from rare trees to stunning views, and you can get a healthy dose of fall foliage here, as well.

Washington County, FL

Price: Free

Why You Need To Go: Sitting close to the Alabama and Florida border, this Florida county holds stunning glimpses of fall foliage.

Happy autumn adventuring!

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.