Summer is coming to an end and Fall is on its way in. This means crisp weather, pumpkin everything, and most importantly beautiful fall foliage! Even though Louisiana is in the south, and typically hot, there are still some places you can go to see the Fall foliage in Louisiana. So load up the RV and take a road trip to any of these beautiful places and enjoy some stunning Autumn colors.

Kisatchie National Forest

If you want to see beautiful fall foliage in Louisiana while getting lost in the beauty of nature, then this is the place for you. Kitsatchi National Forest is about an hour and a half north of Lafayette and is a popular destination for hikers due to its beautiful trails.

It isn’t just for hikers though. This national forest also offers an abundance of horseriding trails for the equine enthusiast.

Pack up the camper, grab a tent, and make camp here this fall to see the leaves change and enjoy the peace and quiet that this nearly untouched land will give you.

Chemin-A-Haut State Park

One of the most beautiful places in northern Louisiana, Chemin-a-Haut State Park is nestled among the cypress trees and a beautiful place to escape to when you want to watch the leaves change.

When Fall creeps in, you will be in awe of the cypress trees nestled along the water. This place is magical, especially in the Fall.

You can enjoy one of two trails that wind around the park. Both are easy and well-marked, making them perfect for novice hikers. If you prefer to see the colors from the water, you can even rent a boat and view the Louisiana Fall foilage from the pristine water surrounding this park.

Lake Bistineau State Park

With five natural trails to explore, Lake Bistineau State Park is a nature lover’s dream. Explore the park, enjoy the stunning sunsets, and take in all of the Fall foliage.

If you are a horse lover, you can forego the hiking trails and head out on the 6-mile equestrian trail instead.

North Toledo Bend State Park

Located on one of the country’s largest man-made reservoirs, North Toledo Bend State Park is a stunning area to explore in the Fall.

You will love exploring the over 900 acres! There are two trails, camping, hiking, and picnicking areas. So hit the road and take a trip to North Toledo Bend State Park this Fall.

Lake Claiborne State Park

Lake Claiborne is a popular travel destination in Homer in the north of Louisiana. It is beloved for its hiking trails, especially when the crisp Fall weather starts to creep in.

You can walk around the water’s edge while watching the sunset and really just enjoy the peace and quiet of nature.

While this is a popular park, it never feels overcrowded and it is a perfect place to enjoy the vivid colors of the Fall.

Where to See Fall Foliage in Louisiana

Here in Louisiana, the peak time to see the leaves change is usually around the end of October through the beginning of November, but it is never too early to start planning your Fall RV road trips!

Let us know which one of these parks you like to visit, or if there are other ones that we should see this Fall, let us know so we can plan our own RV trip on your reccomendation!

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