Libby Hill Park is one of Richmond's original three parks. This vista, which is spectacular in the fall, is said to have given Richmond its name because of a striking resemblance to Richmond-upon-Thames.
Whether on horseback, bike or foot, Pocahontas State Park's 80 miles of trails across 7,925 acres will provide every pop of red, yellow and orange you could hope for in a Virginia Autumn.
Saude Creek sits on the Pamunkey River in historic New Kent County. Their spacious porch opens onto the vineyard grounds that are surrounded by trees that will be practically exploding with color this fall.
Bring your running shoes, bring your mountain bike, bring your hiking boots. No matter how you traverse Richmond's urban trail system, you're going to see some pretty amazing leaves as you work your way along the banks of the James on trails that feel miles, sometimes centuries, away from the city.
If you can find a more scenic place to sip a Pumpkin Spice Latte in the Fall than Maymont's 100 acres of meticulously sculpted and picturesque grounds, well you're a very lucky person because Maymont in the Fall is truly a sight to behold.