|Branson MO Fall Colors Are Sure To Please|
Written by Neil Sawford
Posted By Mark Ruda
|Monday, October 03 2011 11:49 AM|
Branson MO Fall Colors Are Sure To Please
Fall is a great time to visit Branson MO. With the kids back in school and with summer vacations over traffic is much easier to manage. And fall weather in the Ozarks tends to be some of the most enjoyable of the year with cool crisp mornings and warm afternoons making this an ideal time to get out & enjoy the natural beauty of the Ozarks.
With fall in full swing one attraction you can’t miss seeing is the changing color of the leaves. The fall colors line the highways and engulf the hills of Branson for roughly four to six weeks, starting sometime in the middle of September. As October has approached us, we are coming into the traditional peak time, which is commonly around the third week of October. This peak time is when the trees, shrubs and vines should be their showiest.
The beauty of the Ozark hills, bluffs and lakes and streams are only enhanced by these magnificent colors. The Missouri Department of Conservation states that these changing colors are all dependent upon the weather and if you would like more information about Missouri’s fall colors or would like to see their fall color report you can visit their website at http://www.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/outdoor-recreation/nature-viewing/trees-and-forests/fall-colors.
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