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Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill | 11.3.15

Good things come to those who wait! The colors have made their way to Shaker Village, and they are spectacular! This image was taken down the main village turnpike, which is lined with maple trees for...

Fall Colors at the Salato Wildlife Education Center – 11/2

As expected, the wind and rains of last week cause many of our trees to shed some of their leaves but there are still plenty of fall colors to be seen.  Many of our maples, the “top performers&#...

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill | 10.29.15

Fortunately, the rain and winds that came through this week didn’t knock too many leaves off the trees. We’re beginning to see some very vibrant colors in the main village, as well as out ...

Fall Colors at the Salato Wildlife Education Center – 10/23

The fall colors are really beginning to show themselves throughout the grounds of the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort.  Trees including black and sweet gums and sumacs are currently disp...

Shelby County Welcome Center October 23, 2015

Shelby County Welcome Center 17600 I-64 Eastbound, Shelbyville KY 40065 502 722-9383. Today’s photo was taken in the courtyard of the Welcome Center. The leaves are beginning to fall but the yel...

Fall Colors are Booming at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park

The Fall colors are in full force at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville, KY! There are many ways to identify trees, and Fall colors is one of them this time of the year. In the pic...

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 16

Significant rapid-paced color change is occurring at this time, but the transformation is inconsistent.  Sugar maple, hickory, sweet gum, and sassafras trees can presently be found at or near peak col...

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill | 10.15.15

It’s now the middle of October, and we’re beginning to see a bit more color. Unfortunately, a number of the leaves are finding their way to the ground without turning bright reds and golds...

Shelby County Welcome Center 10/15/2015

Gentle changes have brought the fall color between 35-50% in our general area.  Predicted colder weather over the weekend should peak out at about 75%.

Shelby Welcome Center 10/7/15

These beautiful colors are from the “Yellow Wood” trees we have on our grounds at the Welcome Center.  The fall colors in the Shelby County area are at 10%.

The Beginning of Fall at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park

The trees around the park are beginning to show their Fall colors. Some of the more brilliantly colored trees to keep your eye on are our Sugar and Red Maples, Dogwoods, and Gum trees. If you take a w...

Shelby County Welcome Center Oct.1, 2015

  The colors of the fall foliage at the Shelby County Welcome Center have only turned by maybe 10 percent this week.  With the cooler temperatures moving in, we are looking forward to more color ...

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site – October 1, 2015

The persistent dry weather of late summer may have imposed enough on the leaf-dropping hardwood trees of northern Kentucky so as to place them in the right condition for a pleasing display of fall col...

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill | 10.01.15

Autumn has arrived at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill! True to tradition, the honey locusts in the parking lot nearest the Trustees’ Office have turned a vibrant orange and begun to fall. We awa...