Oregon experienced some gorgeous weather this week that really helped bring in the Autumn color. People are watching the leaves change outside their windows and taking strolls to enjoy the color. Come join them and share your experience at #orfallfoliage today!
The best chances of fall color will be in the coast range in higher elevations. After a very warm and dry summer, cooler temperatures are finally setting in. The big leaf and vine maples are just beginning to show a slight change. All campgrounds and trails are open. Check out Drift Creek Falls, or hike Hart’s Cove Trail on Cascade Head.
Corvallis is starting to see some reds and yellows breaking out on the trees. Take a walk down Riverfront Commemorative Park and wonder the lovely downtown area to find trees beginning to turn for Fall.
In Eugene check out the University of Oregon Campus and Autzen Stadium to catch the trees popping with stunning Fall color.
Check out the local wineries and Table Rock to catch some Fall color just beginning to emerge. For a different adventure, head to Crater Lake and take in the view; if you’re lucky you might just see fresh snow fall on the deep blue water.
Bend is reporting good weather and strong colors. A sign of fall, the Sisters Fresh Hop Festival takes place on Saturday, the 30th. Live music at the Bend Roots Revival happens Friday through Sunday. These and much more are featured on our event calendar,
There is some spotty color at Jackman Park on the west side of the Steens Mountain.