Thanks to Sue Freeman of The New York Outdoors Blog, for the great guide she found on Fall Foliage in New York State.
If you’re thinking of traveling anywhere in New York State, the chart on this site, OhHudson.com, will give you an idea of when peak leaf peeping season is. It provides an illustration of the various leaves you’ll see in full regalia and a chart at the bottom of the page indicating when each region of the state changes. Fall in the Finger Lakes is spectacular!
P.S. If you’re into biking, hiking, waterfalls and any outdoor activity, Sue’s Blog is a goldmine!
Click HERE for more about Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion in Canandaigua, NY at the head of Canandaigua Lake.
If you’re looking for information on the Fall Foliage, you may want to read Finger Lakes Fall Foliage Cruises
If you’re seeking information on fun things to do during the fall, 25 Favorite Finger Lakes Activities has been updated with 2010 information.