Vermont and New Hampshire may get more press, but residents of Northeast Ohio know that there is plenty of fall color in our part of the country. Leaves start their fall display in late September and continue on through October, with mid to late-October being the peak viewing time most years. Below are our favorite drives for viewing fall leaves.
The extreme northeast corner of Ohio is one of the best places to view fall leaves. Try driving south on SR 534 from Geneva to Windsor. You'll be rewarded with miles of vineyards as well as two of the county's 17 covered bridges en route. Other scenic routes include SR 84 east from Madison to Ashtabula and SR 307 from SR 528 to Jefferson.