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About the Pocono Mountains
Check back September 4, 2014 when our Fall Foliage Forecast will begin for the season.
Thank you for visiting our Fall Foliage Forecast! Home to more than 127 varieties of trees, shrubs and plants, the Pocono Mountains is truly a spectacular sight during the fall season. Because the region spans for 2,400 square miles, three distinct color zones are present allowing you to catch peak colors not only once, but three times. Updated every Thursday through the end of October, this forecast will assist you on where, when and how to experience the brilliant foliage in our four-county region. The report is also available by calling 570.421.5565.
View our geographic map of the Pocono Mountains to see our three color zones.
Visit our Fall Fun page to view a list of fall activities and events, our live cameras and special fall offers!
Northern Wayne and Pike Counties
Southern Wayne and Pike and Northern Monroe Counties
Southern Monroe County and Carbon County
Percentage of Full Color
Percentage of Leaves on Trees
Projected Peak Color
Check out our Calendar of Events to experience the best of autumn festivals and events in the four-county region.
Lake Wallenpaupack is celebrated during this fun-packed three day event. The sandy shores and surrounding area come alive with music, an open fair market, free sailboat rides, tours of the dam, kayak demos, art displays, bike rides, downtown shopping, a boat parade, an ice cream social, and much more. With so many activities planned, the entire Lake Region and downtown Hawley is the place to be for people of all ages either on the water or on dry land. More
As summer reaches its summit, and the true splendor of Pennsylvania hits its apex, everybody knows it's time for the Pocono State Craft Festival. Enjoy fine jewelry, woodworking, clothing, metal work, stained glass, furniture, leather, basketry, and pottery are some of the distinctive crafts on display for your shopping pleasure. Watch the craft demonstrations, enjoy festival foods, and listen to the best in Dixieland and Bluegrass music. Please visit their website for a $1 discount admission coupon. More