Where to Find Fall Foliage in Indiana
Typically beginning in late September and peaking in mid-October, vibrant fall leaves are a sight to see in the Hoosier state.
Take in the season during a scenic drive through Parke County, home to the largest collection of covered bridges in the nation. The 50-mile loop goes through Rockville, Mansfield, Bridgeton and Montezuma and showcases 32 covered bridges.
Hikers can enjoy autumn at Indiana’s largest state park, Brown County State Park, which features 15,696 acres of forested hills. The Hoosier National Forest is also a great place to appreciate the colors of autumn, as this 200,000-acre forest offers rolling hills and trails.