The state foliage peaks in mid-October. You can get lucky in late October but don’t count on it. The lower elevations on in the western part of the state, foliage progresses much slower than the higher elevations. Visit Long Pine Reservoir and Dark Hollow Vista to view the foliage. These points let you see the foliage in colors in the upper tree canopies. You can also try taking a Leef Peeper road trip across Pennsylvania.