Montgomery County's Best Leaf Peeping 

Valley Forge and Montgomery County are on the cusp of putting on their autumnal finery, as trees and shrubs begin to transform from the monochromatic green of summer to bursts of auburns, tans, russets and golds.

Peak color is expected between October 24 and 31, but many trees, especially flowering dogwoods, started turning in early September because of a dryer-than-usual end to summer.

Click the links below to explore the best places in Montgomery County to view nature's annual show:

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Valley Forge

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Fort Washington State Park

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Green Lane Park

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Lower Pottsgrove

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Evansburg State Park

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Graeme Park

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Lorimer Park

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Norristown Farm Park

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Unique Ways to View Fall Foliage

See the trees from high above in a hot air balloon. Walk or ride among the foliage on more than 60 miles of trails. Take to the water to see the beauty all around. To truly appreciate the fall foliage, you need to leave the car behind and get out among nature's beauty.

Skippack Days
Fall Festivals
Fall Festivals
snow tubing
Outdoor Activities
Outdoor Activities
Events
Events