Fall photo of Theodore Roosevelt National Park by More than Just Parks

Fall Foliage in North Dakota

As the days get shorter and the temperatures start to cool, the spectacular displays of autumn reds, golds and orange begin. North Dakota has some of the most scenic and beautiful areas for viewing fall foliage.

In between late summer's colorful crops and winter's white wonderland lies fall - a spectacular time of the year that showcases an assortment of colors as leaves begin their annual passage. It's a great time for a road trip around the state and the fall foliage map highlights some of the best places to view fall foliage from mid-September through October.

Fall is full of adventures, activities and lively events. There are several Oktoberfests, pumpkinfests and arts and crafts fairs and festivals to choose from. Get out and enjoy the cool air, the changing colors and the fall festivities. 

Click here for fall fairs and festivals in North Dakota