Fall is a big deal in Oak Glen. If you’re up for the roughly hour-and-a-half drive, you’ll be greeted by trees in an array of bright colors. Nestled in the heart of apple country, visitors will also be greeted by the apple harvest, typically from Labor Day Weekend until Thanksgiving. Enjoy the fall foliage while sipping on homemade apple cider at local ranches.
Los Angeles might be known for its year-round summer-like weather and beaches, but there is a reason to celebrate the fall season, as well. From pumpkin patches to Halloween events, there are plenty of fall activities to keep you from missing warmer days. In fact, one of the best is enjoying the colorful fall foliage around L.A.—yes, it does exist. From nearby gardens to the local mountains, there are a few spots to enjoy the colorful fall foliage all around L.A., if you know where to look (at least enough that you won’t have to envy those East Coasters).
Make sure to keep an eye on our story about a national fall foliage map as this year’s predictions come in.