Five Local-Suggested Spots For Fall

We asked the locals about their favorite places to admire the fall foliage, and they delivered! Here are five places where once you arrive, you won’t want to leaf.


soaring wings vineyard

Soaring Wings Vineyard and Brewery in Springfield

Who wouldn't want to kick back and enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sun set over the changing leaves?

ash hollow state historical park

Ash Hollow State Historical Park in Lewellen

There are plenty of trees to be seen here, but you'll also get to spot some wagon ruts left over from Oregon Trail travelers!

indian cave state park

Indian Cave State Park in Shubert

There's a reason Indian Cave State Park is one of Nebraska's most popular autumn destinations - you'll just have to go experience it for yourself.


Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue

Strolling through this forest during fall is an absolute must, especially since it's so close to the Omaha area.


Ponca state park in Ponca

Nestled along the Missouri River in northeast Nebraska, Ponca's boasts some of the state's most scenic fall foliage in its winding bluffs. Reserve a cabin or enjoy some autumn camping, plus enjoy the park's annual Hallowfest celebration in October.

For the most dedicated foliage hunters out there who need more destinations, check this out!

A Tree Lover's Trek Through Nebraska