When and where to see fall leaves around San Antonio
It's no New England, but you can enjoy fall foliage right here in Texas.
Using historical weather reports, tree species information and user data, travel brand SmokyMountains.com put together 2023 foliage prediction maps of the U.S.
Zoom in: Leaves will begin to peak in parts of the Hill Country by mid-November, while Bexar County will reach peak color by Nov. 20, according to the group's predictions.
- Garner State Park, about 90 miles west of San Antonio, is also a great spot.
What they're saying: Trees that have already turned brown or dropped their leaves due to stress won't display any fall color, said Jonathan Motsinger from Texas A&M Forest Service.
- "My best guess is that we won't have much fall color," he said.
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