From the writers at the Chicago Tribune.
According to the Farmers’ Almanac, fall color should peak in Chicagoland between Oct. 5 and 21 this year.
You may be thinking you don’t need anyone to tell you when the sugar maples are so pretty you can’t stop looking, or when to whip out your phone and take a selfie. Autumn colors look good on everyone.
But you may need someone to remind you that October color is just around the corner and you don’t need to book a trip to see it. Just drive Route 83 or one of the many other forest-lined roads in the Southland. The south suburbs, mostly because of forest preserve property, offer autumn beauty in spectacular ways.
Here are some ways to enjoy it:
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