Ready to take your garden to the next level? Autumn is the time to make it happen. You may have seen and felt the signs already: cooler nights, the dulling of summer leaves, and of course, pumpkin spice everything. Fall is officially on the way.
In Winston-Salem, warmer temps and longer days usher in weekly farmers market trips, garden workshops, farm-fresh tastings, and heirloom garden strolls, including historic gardens that date back over 250 years. Read on to build your own garden tour through some of our fastest-growing attractions (literally). Plus, find out where to grab fresh produce during your visit.
Whether by two feet, two wheels, or even four hooves, there are numerous ways to take in the stunning fall foliage around Winston-Salem. Our location in central North Carolina delivers comfortable, cool temps as early as September—and with them, a colorful canopy of changing leaves that peaks in October and lingers into November. Here are four of our favorite ways to bask in fall’s beauty during your next visit.
The urge to get outdoors and explore is no greater than in the heat of summer. Fortunately, we’ve pulled together four unexpected outings right here in North Carolina that also give a dose of history along with some much-appreciated shady spots along the way. (Listed in no particular order)