Today is the first day of Fall! So it’s time to line up your leaf-peeping locations. West Virginia is known for its fall foliage. So if you’re new to the area, plan to make it an annual event to observe the autumn leaves changing their colors.

The Visit Mountaineer Country Convention and Visitors’ Bureau has put together this great list of locations for leaf-peeping. You can even use their trip planner app (even if you’re a local) to plan a tour of the state forests, parks, gardens, and arboretums. You’ll see amazing colors as they progress through their changes … so you can visit more than once and see something completely new over the next several weeks.

Add these “don’t miss” locations to your list:

Of course, you can view the changing leaves from your own front porch. If you’re looking for a home with beautiful natures views, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the most recent homes for sale in Preston County with nature views. If you’re looking for a home in another county, just check out the counties we serve here.