Don't waste your heading in the wrong direction. Here are your 2023 Fall Foliage Map Predictions for New York State. Take a look at the timetable below to plan your leaf-peeping adventure this season.

As we enter the weekend of October 13th, yes Friday the 13th, we are approximately half-way through fall foliage season in New York State. As predicted the leaves have been slowly changing so you still have plenty of time for leaf-peeping.

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As you will see from the map below the leaves are just starting to change on Long Island. Much of the Adirondacks are past=peak. The question is, where to go to see peak conditions this weekend.

Take a look at the maps below to maximize your leaf-peeping potential this weekend and see what to expect in the coming weeks. Looks like the Greater Niagara Region, Finger Lakes and the Capital Region are at the mid-point of the Fall foliage season. Here's a sample of what the entire state looks like heading into this weekend according to I Love NY.

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Here are some New York regions to keep an eye on for nature's fireworks.

  • The Adirondacks: Peak by mid-October
  • Capital Region: Peak by the third week of October
  • Central New York: Peak by the middle of October
  • Finger Lakes Region: Peak by late October
  • Greater Niagara: Peak by the last week of October
  • Hudson Valley: Peak by the third week of October
  • Long Island: Peak by November

Check out these maps to plan your fall foliage excursions. Keep checking back for updates!

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