Upstate New York Fall Foliage Report 2020
Make your fall camping reservations during your favorite level of foliage!
From the I Love New York website:
I LOVE NY Fall Foliage Report for New York State. Reports are obtained from volunteer field observers and reflect expected color conditions for the coming weekend. Reports are issued every Wednesday afternoon. I LOVE NY urges travelers to follow all public health and safety guidelines, including wearing a face covering and maintaining appropriate social distancing.
Beautiful fall foliage continues to emerge across upstate New York, with areas of significant color change expected this weekend in the Adirondacks, Capital-Saratoga, Catskills, Central New York, Finger Lakes, Hudson Valley, and Thousand Islands-Seaway regions, according to observers for the Empire State Development Division of Tourism’s I LOVE NY program.
Deerpark NYC NW KOA is on the border of the Hudson Valley (Orange County / Port Jervis area) and Catskills (Sullivan County / Forestburgh area) so watch the reports for both regions:
In the Hudson Valley, expect around 10% color change this weekend in Columbia County, according to spotters in the City of Hudson. Look for some yellow leaves of average brilliance, along with sporadic splashes of bright red peeking out from the maple trees.
In the Catskills, Delaware County spotters reporting from Delhi and Andes project 10-20% color change this weekend, with varying shades of gold and red leaves against the mostly green backdrop. Spotters in Sullivan County reporting from the Village of Liberty, expect 20% foliage change with yellows just beginning to appear. In the southeast portion of the county near Forestburgh, expect slightly more than 10% leaf change, with bright red, orange, and yellow leaves beginning to appear. In Greene County, foliage spotters in Catskill project 5-10% color change with mostly green leaves, along with average shades of orange, red, and yellow. At Belleayre Mountain in Highmount, Ulster County, spotters project 10% color change with average touches of red and orange emerging. Kingston reports expect 10% color change with some touches of fall color.
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To get the latest fall foliage report visit: https://www.iloveny.com/things-to-do/fall/foliage-report/