Texas is not really know for it's fall foliage. In fall and winter, there is mostly dried up brown grass and trees. However, there is one scenic spot in the Lone Star State that is getting some love.

The town is Daingerfield, Texas that sits between Dallas and Arkansas.  On a current list provided by Mixbook, an online photo book, Daingerfield State Park located in the town of Daingerfield (population 2,510) is the #1 in Texas and #63 in the nation as the best place to see excellent fall foliage.  Unlike the closely named comedian Rodney Dangerfield, that is a show of some of major respect for the Texas town.

Mixbook described Daingerfield's beauty fall as...

"Away from the bustling city, this lesser-known park unveils a stunning array of reds, oranges, and yellows during autumn amidst its lakes and woodlands. Its off-the-beaten-path appeal, tranquil trails, and unspoiled natural beauty offer a serene escape for nature enthusiasts to witness the vibrant colors of the changing seasons."

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In a list dominated by East Coast cities, Texas did appear two more times with these entries...

"#81 Lost Maples State Natural Area

Away from the popular spots, this tranquil area unveils a breathtaking palette of reds, oranges, and yellows as autumn unfolds. With its secluded allure, rich biodiversity, and pristine landscapes, Lost Maples State Natural Area provides a unique refuge for nature aficionados.

#104 Garner State Park

Garner State Park is a hidden gem for experiencing fall foliage against the backdrop of the scenic Frio River and rugged hills. The park's mix of cypress and oak trees transform into a vibrant display of red, orange, and gold hues during the autumn months, offering a picturesque contrast against the clear blue waters."

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The Mixbook survey included 3,000 people sharing their favorite and exclusive fall spots...the top three were...

#1 Sterling Forest State Park, New York

Sterling Forest State Park is a hidden gem for fall foliage viewing because it offers a less crowded alternative to other popular spots, allowing visitors to enjoy the vibrant autumn colors in a peaceful setting.

#2 Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Michigan

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is an underrated treasure for witnessing fall foliage. Far from the bustling tourist spots, it provides a peaceful escape to experience autumn's vibrant palette.

#3 Bear Creek Lake State Park, Virginia

Bear Creek Lake State Park is a lesser-known haven for fall foliage enthusiasts. Tucked away from major tourist hubs, it offers a tranquil setting to admire the autumnal transformation.

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