TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection released the current fall foliage map for the Garden State and things are starting to look colorful.
Forests in the Northwest corner of the state, including the area near High Point State Park and Waywayanda State Park are at peak color. The southern portion of Sussex County is near peak.
Northern NJ along with Somerset and Hunterdon Counties are near peak. Areas of the Pine Barrens are also near peak.
We'll continue to share the updated maps as they become available so you can head out into our favorite state and enjoy the great outdoors. (Be sure to take plenty of photos!)
Founded on the first Earth Day in 1970, the New Jersey DEP protects the Garden State’s air, lands, water, and natural and historic resources.