The peak of fall foliage season is fast approaching at Kettle Creek State Park in Clinton County.
Driving into the park on Kettle Creek Road, the foliage already forms a colorful canopy over the road.
Around the Kettle Creek Reservoir, the leaves are starting to change but certainly not at peak yet.
The view from the boat launch area, looking north, was a little more vibrant.
The scene upstream from the reservoir was also fairly colorful, although at least several days from being at peak color.
By next week, this scene looking south over the reservoir should be much more vibrant.
But if you’re headed to Kettle Creek State Park this weekend, your best bet for awesome fall foliage views will be near the lower campground, right along Kettle Creek.
If you’ve never been to Kettle Creek State Park before, (or even if you have), check out my in-depth article on the park HERE.
And let’s hope that a week from now we’ll once again have views like this one from last year to take in at Kettle Creek State Park!
The nearby Quehanna Wild Area is also a great place to do some “leaf peeping” this week – check out my 2021 Quehanna Wild Area Fall Foliage Update for photos taken the same day as the Kettle Creek photos above.
The Sinnemahoning State Park 2021 Fall Foliage Update shows you the fall foliage conditions at this park spanning Cameron and Potter counties as of October 12th, 2021.
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