Here are this week’s best places to see fall foliage in Pennsylvania

Best places to see fall foliage in Western Pa

PITTSBURGH — The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder and those leaves out there will soon be changing to beautiful shades of yellow, orange and red.

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the state actually has one the best fall foliage seasons in the world. It lasts longer and varies widely across the state.

Here's a look at where the fall foilage will be peaking the week of Oct. 12 - Oct. 19.
Here's a look at where the fall foilage will be peaking the week of Oct. 12 - Oct. 19. (WPXI)
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Top Viewing Locations in Western Pennsylvania (From DCNR):

  • Clear Creek State Forest, Clarion County
  • Forbes State Forest, Fayette County
  • Keystone State Park, Westmoreland County
  • Gallitzin State Forest, Cambria County

Other Great Viewing Spots in Western Pennsylvania (From DCNR):

  1. Allegheny Islands State Park (Allegheny County)
  2. Moraine State Park (Butler County)
  3. Raccoon Creek State Park (Beaver County)
  4. Hillman State Park (Washington County)
  5. Point State Park (Allegheny County)
  6. Ohiopyle State Park (Fayette County)
  7. Jones Mill Run (Westmoreland County)
  8. McConnells Mill State Park (Lawrence County)
  9. Yellow Creek State Park (Indiana County)
  10. Ryerson Station State Park (Greene County)

Check out the full list HERE.