Fall is almost over. The weather is getting more chilly and the leaves are falling. It’s time to hurry to see the last of the fall foliage before the season is over. Grab a tumbler of coffee and your warmest boots and walk outside to see the beautiful foliage around. You might need some hand warmers too.
Anne Arundel County
Take in these gorgeous views of Chesapeake Bay while hiking along their trails. Downs Park offers more than five miles of paved and natural trails. They have pavilions which are perfect spots to have your lunch and look at the foliage. Interested in fishing? They have a pier. There is always something to find and see at this 236 acres park.
This trail is perfect for both walkers and bikers. Covering 1.5 miles, this trail is great for a brief walk or bike ride. Remember to take a moment and look at the beautiful views this park has to offer. Bring your family and go on a morning stroll with some hot coffee in hand to keep you warm.
Take a walk through the past and surround yourself with breathtaking views. You can stroll through the gardens, warm up in the pavilion, and learn about the historic property at the visitor center. Visit for just $12 for an adult and $7 for kids. Did we mention you can also bring your dog? Just make sure they are on their leash the whole time.
St. Mary’s County
Visit Maryland’s first Colonial Landing. Here you will surround yourself in the history of the park. Discover how people lived, the politics, and the beauty of nature surrounding you. This is a great weekend outing for the entire family. Admission is just $3 for adults and $1.50 for kids.
Look at the gorgeous views from high up above. Visit this historic lighthouse and park for views of a lifetime. Don’t worry though, you won’t have to climb too high. It’s only two stories tall. Not only will you get to see the beautiful fall foliage, but you will also be able to take in the gorgeous views of the water.
Near many of our communities, Downtown Annapolis is the place to visit for great scenery, food, and culture. Visit their parks for the foliage and then hop down to Mainstreet for some great seafood. There is something for everyone. We recommend staying the whole day here so you can see every bit of scenery, including historic sites and houses.
What is your favorite part of fall? The leaves, the chill, the clothes? Let us know if you have any favorite places to see the fall foliage. Stay warm and get to exploring!