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A Note About COVID-19 and Visiting Parks Help stop the spread of COVID-19 and follow all current directives from your governor and local health officials about wearing face masks and physical distancing.
The end of summer means cooler temperatures, trips to the apple orchard and the pumpkin patch, and of course, fall foliage. It’s what makes autumn the perfect time to get outside and explore your Chesapeake.
In October and November, the Chesapeake’s forests explode with brilliant colors. At places like Gettysburg National Military Park, Elk Neck State Park, and Green Ridge State Forest, you can enjoy a dazzling array of gold, red, and purple trees dressed in the fleeting hues of fall.
From the region’s farthest reaches to your own backyard, there are dozens of parks, forests, and trails where you can enjoy a colorful outdoor adventure in the crisp autumn air.
Fall’s radiant colors won’t last long, so don’t wait! Pack your camera and hit the road for one of the top places for enjoying fall foliage.