Visit Indiana isn’t doing a Leaf Cam this year – however, you can check out our Tour | Taste | Traditions site for great ideas about things to do in the fall – but you can still watch the leaves change color in Brown County, Indiana. The Brown County Convention & Visitor Bureau has set up a Leaf Cam so you can see exactly when the leaves are at their peak of color so you can go visit and enjoy the fall.
The timing of peak color, vibrancy of the color and the amount of time the peak color lasts for are all affected by many different factors. From the amount of rain to the temperature, from the amount of sunshine to the wind, so the fall color season could last anywhere from a week to several weeks. By keeping an eye on the Brown County Leaf Cam, you’ll be able to see the best time to visit.
Leave a comment here for us if you end up visiting Brown County this fall. Let us know how your visit was!