Three Spots in Chester County Among State’s Best Places to Enjoy Tail-End of Fall Foliage Season

Kimberly McGuane
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With plenty of trees already shedding their colorful coats across the state, Chester County remains one of the best places in Pennsylvania to enjoy the tail-end of 2020′s fall foliage season, writes Marcus Schneck for the Harrisburg Patriot-News.

The Schuylkill River Trail is the perfect place to take in some of the stunning fall colors. It runs for 30 miles along the Schuylkill River – starting in Philadelphia and ending in Phoenixville – and provides amazing views.

Next is Longwood Gardens, which offers more than 1,000 acres of gardens, meadows, and woodlands. This breathtaking landmark is a highly visited spot both for fall foliage and other times throughout the year.

Finally, Hopewell Lake at French Creek State Park in Elverson is renowned for its fall foliage immersion. There’s also the bonus of it having more than 35 miles of multi-use trails that are ideal for taking in the magnificent scenery.

Read more about the best spots for late-season fall foliage in the Harrisburg Patriot-News here.

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