WAYNE, NJ - You don’t have to travel to New England to enjoy a glorious display of fall foliage. Many beautiful trees are showing their colors at Laurelwood Arboretum. 

"Fall is my favorite time to visit Laurelwood," said photographer Lorraine Meyer. "For three reasons: Reds, yellows and oranges."

Described by some as the most beautiful place in Wayne, the arboretum boasts a variety of tree species whose fall colors make them extra special this time of the year. Winding paths take you on a long walk through unique beauty that is healthy for body and soul

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"Japanese maples are an arboretum favorite, and there are many throughout the park," said Elaine Fogerty, the Executive Director at Laurelwood. "Some plants, such as hollies, callicarpa viburnum, and pyracantha sport colorful berries, while trees like dogwoods and crabapples have fall fruits."

Located at 725 Pines Lake Drive in Wayne, its a short drive for anyone in town.