Every year, fall foliage fanatics visit the country’s most scenic areas to marvel at the spectacle of autumn. Fortunately for you, an outdoor oasis like this is just outside of your Brown Haven home! In beautiful Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, the seasonal burst of colors is a beloved sight to see. If you’re a “leaf peeper” who can’t get enough of this time of year, your Brown Haven home is the perfect place to be.
Check out of a few of our favorite spots around the neighborhoods where we build to enjoy fall foliage:
Tallulah Gorge:From waterfalls to lush greenery, there’s something beautiful around every corner of this northeastern Georgia park. Enjoy a leisurely hike that culminates in stunning views of the falls, or experience the breathtaking adventure of walking over a suspension bridge that hangs 80 feet above the ground.
Cloudland Canyon:Nestled along the western edge of Lookout Mountain in northwest Georgia, this foliage-filled oasis is known for its remarkable scenery that surrounds all levels of hiking routes and biking trails. Enjoy breathtaking views of the canyon from the comfort of your bike or by foot.
Blue Ridge Parkway:Take in the majesty of different elevations of the Blue Ridge Mountains from your car on “America’s Favorite Drive,” and stop for moments of fresh air among the foliage. Roll the windows down, turn the music up, and let your mind wander as you explore the beauty of these scenic routes.
Asheville Ziplining:If adventure is calling your name this fall, answer by going ziplining through the Blue Ridge Mountains withNavitatin Asheville. Experience the magnificence of the mountains from an aerial point of view, or if you prefer to stay on land, take a fun, guided RTV excursion.
Chester State Park:Hiking, biking, fishing, boating… you name it. At the heart of this park, located between Columbia and Charlotte, is a 160-acre lake surrounded by a forest-filled nature trail. Perfect for a day out with family, you’re sure to check off a few items from your fall bucket list here.
Oconee State Park:What better way to experience fall foliage with your family or friends than by camping? Take a break from your daily routine to enjoy a scenic mountain getaway, where a campground with cabins, a lake, canoe rentals, and so much more await.
Cades Cove:Tucked into the Great Smoky Mountains, this campground is the perfect place to spot wildlife and enjoy the simplicity of natural wonders. Disconnect from technology as you take in the peace and quiet all around you — there’s something special about this isolated oasis that will fill your mind with clarity.
Clingmans Dome:Take your love of fall to new heights! At 6,643 feet, the peak of this mountaintop is the highest point in the Great Smokies. After a beautiful hike, take a walk along the paved, half-mile trail to the observation tower, where you have panoramic views of up to 100 miles of breathtaking scenery.
From all of us at Brown Haven Homes, enjoy the foliage this fall!