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Best Places in Metro Atlanta to See Fall Leaves

October 14, 2021

Atlanta is known as a city in the trees, which makes it a great spot for leaf viewing in the Fall. You don't have to drive to the mountains to see those beautiful colors or lofty canopies. There might even be a spot within walking distance of your home! Check out our favorite spots below:

Grant Park

This historic Atlanta neighborhood has tons of mature trees lining it's streets. The park is actually Atlanta's oldest and covers 131 acres. It's also home to Zoo Atlanta, a Farmers Market, playground, and walking trail. Definitely a great spot to watch the leaves change colors!


Piedmont Park

It's Midtown location makes this a great Atlanta leaf viewing spot! Especially for families since there are playgrounds and dog parks. Every Saturday morning there's also the Piedmont Park Green Market with lots of vendors and live music. Be sure to check that out!


College Campuses in Atlanta

There's no shortage of beautiful college campuses in Atlanta. First you have Emory University and it's Lullwater Preserve with a 210-foot suspension bridge. Then there's Agnes Scott College which has a tree walk through their arboretum. You also have Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven. They have a 100-acre wooded campus that you'll love for viewing fall leaves.


Roswell Mill

You can hike across the bridge and up to the waterfall for breathtaking scenery and great photo-ops! Then from there it's a short walk to Roswell's historic town square, which is lined with even more trees. Maybe even consider touring Barrington Hall while you're there.


If you're looking to get out of the city think about Lake Allatoona, Cloudland Canyon State Park, F.D. Roosevelt State Park, Panola Mountain State Park, or Brasstown Bald to just name a few great spots for Fall leaf viewing!

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