It’s Time for Fall Foliage to Change in Chattanooga
September 18, 2017
Now that Labor Day has come and gone, it’s time we officially say goodbye to summer, and look forward to another incredible and colorful fall in Chattanooga. There are so many wonderful reasons to visit Chattanooga in the fall. Hailed has one of the country’s best destinations for outdoor recreation, we can’t think of a better time to visit Chattanooga. Take part in a variety of recreational activities, from hiking, biking, and rock climbing, to boating, caving, and whitewater rafting, all while enjoying the spectacular fall colors that paint the hills this time of year. Book your stay at our Chattanooga Bed and Breakfast, and experience a little magic in Tennessee this fall.
There is no exact science to predicting the peak of fall foliage season in Chattanooga. However, if you plan to visit anytime throughout the month of October, you’ll certainly enjoy our colorful surroundings. There are already hints of fall in the air, but prime fall foliage season usually ranges from mid October to early November. Soon enough, we’ll be outside enjoying the vibrant crimsons, fiery oranges, and bright pops of yellow will dominate the landscapes in and around Chattanooga. There are a lot of ways to enjoy the colorful fall season in Chattanooga, whether by bike, boat, train, foot, or car. You can always ask the Innkeepers at the Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast for their favorite places to see fall foliage. To get your trip planning started off on the right foot, here are a few ideas to look into:
However you choose to experience peak fall foliage in Chattanooga, we know you’ll appreciate the kaleidoscope of color provided by the oaks, maples, poplars and other hardwood trees. Book a room at our luxury Inn, and come see firsthand why Chattanooga is hailed as one of the best places to see Tennessee’s fall colors.