The Best Places in the Delaware Valley to View Fall Foliage

Posted on September 28, 2017 in Seasonal Home Tips

Though peak fall color isn’t slated to occur in the Delaware Valley until later in October, it’s never too early to plan a nice weekend getaway or day-trip to see some beautiful foliage in the area.

Our Delaware Valley home improvement experts have rounded up some of the top places for fall foliage in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, so no matter where your destination, you’ll be able to catch those warm reds, golds, and oranges:

Northern/Central Delaware

  • Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
  • Rockford Park
  • Brandywine Valley National Scenic Byway
  • Mt. Cuba Center
  • Killens Pond State Park
  • DE 9 Coastal Heritage Scenic Byway
  • Hagley Museum and Library
  • Brandywine Park
  • Harvest Ridge Winery
  • New Castle
  • Blackbird State Forest
  • Nemours Mansion and Gardens

Southeastern Pennsylvania

  • Schuylkill River Trail
  • Valley Forge National Historical Park
  • Wissahickon Valley Park
  • Fairmount Park
  • Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • Longwood Gardens
  • Brandywine River Museum of Art
  • Morris Arboretum
  • Ridley Creek State Park
  • University City
  • Chaddsford Winery
  • French Creek State Park
  • Pastorious Park
  • Tyler Arboretum
  • Evansburg State Park

Southern New Jersey

  • Wharton State Forest
  • Parvin State Park
  • Sharrott Winery
  • Brendan T. Byrne State Forest
  • Washington Crossing Historic Park
  • Old York Cellars Winery
  • Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park
  • Batsto Mansion
  • Finn’s Point Lighthouse
  • Rancocas State Park
  • Lake Nummy
  • The Salem Oak (NJ’s largest oak tree)

Don’t forget – fall is a great time to make some key improvements to your home! Contact our Delaware Valley home improvement company today to get started.

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