Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Foliage in the Great Smokies

The Smokies foliage changes in the mountains beginning in mid-September and moves down to the valleys through October, often continuing into early November.. Here is a guide to the spectacular fall colors.

Yellow Flowering beech, birch, black gum, buckeye, hickory mountain ash and yellow poplar trees

Scarlet Red maple tree

Red Dogwood, maple, pin cherry, sourwood and sumac trees

Crimson Blackberry and blueberry bushes

Mixture Buckeye northern red oak pin cherry (orange, red), red maple, sugar maple (yellow, orange, scarlet), sweet gum (yellow, red, dark purple) and witch hobble (yellow, red) trees