By Amber Bass
The West Virginia Division of Forestry states,” From Big Otter to Weston, foliage is 40 percent to 60 percent peak with isolated pockets of exceptionally bright color.” Other suggested drives and places of interest a weekend include:
Camp Creek State Forest in Mercer County, Tomlinson Run State Park in Hancock County, Any drive along the Cheat River, Peters Mountain in Monroe County, The Summersville and Craigsville areas of Nicholas County, Greenbrier River Trail
I-64 from Sandstone to Beckley, Lower Elk River in Webster County •State Route 16 in Calhoun and Pleasants counties, State Route 18 in Doddridge and Tyler counties
Peak color is prime picture taking time. Submit your best photos of local colors or autumn activities and you could be featured in The Free Press!
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