Best time to travel to Oklahoma City, OK

Fall Colors

Experience fall foliage that is more than OK

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Last updated: by Mariana Droniak
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In the city and on the outskirts—fall in Oklahoma City is a whole palette of orange, yellow, and red.

Fall colors in the city

Located in the downtown of Oklahoma City, Myriad Botanical Gardens are the easiest way to catch a moment of magical change of seasons. Red maples and orange cypresses look astonishing with skyscrapers in the background. Not far from Gardens is Bricktown—a cozy district for a boat trip.

Heritage Hills is another historical neighborhood which is filled with colors at the end of October. Take a walk near Overholser Mansion and Hales Mansion for unusual autumn photos without leaving the city.

Fall colors outside the city

Less than two hours from the city are two excellent parks for a color hunt. Roman Nose State Park has many streams that run along forest paths and is the perfect place to hike, rent a lodge, and enjoy nature's beauty. Red sandstone canyon walls of Red Rock Adventure Park together with vibrant fall leaves, make an outstanding ensemble.