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Pennsylvania’s Leaf Peeping Places!

47 Partner Sites to Spot Fall Foliage.

The temperature is dropping, pumpkin patches and apple farms have opened their doors, and the leaves are turning from green to yellow, red, orange and all the hues in between. What better way to celebrate the fall season than by taking a stroll through a Pennsylvania park or forest to admire the changing leaves.  

Pennsylvania is a prime state to enjoy the fall foliage! With over 100 unique species of trees native to the state, leaves of all different shapes, sizes and colors will be visible in the Autumn season. And there are so many great places across the region for leaf peepers to visit from state parks and forests to city trails, and tree farms!  

We’ve put together a list of 47 sites of Keystone 10 Million Trees partners that have optimal spots to view Pennsylvania fall foliage. Feel free to pay our partners a visit (check their website/visiting hours first) and take in the beauty of Pennsylvania’s trees.   

  1. Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania 
  2. Beckets Run Woodlands 
  3. Brandywine Red Clay Alliance 
  4. Butler Hill Maple Farm 
  5. Central Pennsylvania Conservancy 
  6. Capital Area Greenbelt 
  7. Centre Region Parks & Rec 
  8. Clearwater Conservancy 
  9. Conococheague Institute 
  10. Cumberland Valley Rail Trail 
  11. Dauphin County Park & Rec 
  12. Fort Indiantown Gap 
  13. Fort Roberdeau 
  14. French Creek Valley Conservancy 
  15. Friends of Salt Springs Park 
  16. Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education 
  17. Lancaster Conservancy’s Preserve Map 
  18. Lancaster City Alliance 
  19. Lackawanna Heritage Valley 
  20. Lake Erie Arboretum 
  21. Lebanon Valley Conservancy 
  22. Manada Conservancy 
  23. McKaig Nature Education Center 
  24. Mill Cove Environmental Area 
  25. Mt Gretna Campmeeting 
  26. North Brand Land Trust 
  27. Pennsylvania State Parks and DCNR’s Penn’s Woods Fall Foliage Map 
  28. Pennsylvania Game Commission 
  29. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission 
  30. Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center 
  31. Penns Valley Conservation Association 
  32. Pennsylvania Environmental Council 
  33. Pennsylvania Forestry Association 
  34. Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy 
  35. Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens 
  36. Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy 
  37. Rising Locust Farm 
  38. Rolling Raven Organics 
  39. Scenic Pittsburgh 
  40. Schuylkill Headwaters 
  41. River Mountain 
  42. Silver Lake Nature Center 
  43. South Mountain Partnership 
  44. Trailing Pines Tree Farm 
  45. Tyler Arboretum 
  46. Western Pennsylvania Conservancy 
  47. Woodcrest Villa Arboretum 
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