The Lone Star State has no shortage of beautiful scenery. From the sweeping landscapes of the Texan Hill Country to the breathtaking Piney Woods, here are some of the best places to see fall foliage in Texas.
Garner State Park
Head over to Garner State Park in the Hill Country region to experience a broad palette of fall colors. This stunning park offers the gorgeous foliage of oak, cypress, mesquite, and persimmon trees alongside a backdrop of soaring limestone bluffs and crystal-clear streams.
Lake Bob Sandlin State Park
Located in the Piney Woods region of the Lone Star State, Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is a stunning sight to behold the fall foliage in Texas from mid-October to mid-November. The park hosts numerous tree varieties, including hickory, sweetgum, and maple, all of which turn vibrant shades of red, orange, and gold during the fall. Plus, the lake offers catfish and bass fishing, making it perfect for a fall family camping trip.
Tyler State Park
Tyler State Park is home to a 64-acre spring-fed lake and plenty of old, 100-foot-tall maples, dogwoods, and oaks. Explore this dazzling park through its many hiking trails, or rent a canoe or kayak for unbeatable views. If you want a chance to do it all, you can stay overnight — the park even offers modern two-person cabins with climate control and refrigeration.