Leaf Watch 2015 is expected to peak in late October and early November in the North Georgia mountains. Autumn adventures at Georgia state parks are easier with a free Georgia ParkPass 2015 kit from the Cobb County Public Library System.

GetOutdoorsGeorgiaThe ParkPass exempts you from paying the $5 parking fee at state parks and the Historic Sites Family Pass exempts up to 4 visitors from admission fees to state historic sites operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The kits are made possible through the Georgia State Parks and Historical Sites Division’s Library Loan Program.

Demand for ParkPass kits at the libraries is expected to increase as the Southern Appalachian mountains turn colorful – supplies are limited.

The ParkPass kits may be checked out for one week. Reserve a 2015 ParkPass in the library catalog at www.cobbcat.org  or contact any Cobb County library location about availability.

Top Georgia State Parks for Fall Color include Vogel, Amicalola Falls, Fort Mountain, Sweetwater Creek, Red Top Mountain, Unicoi, Cloudland Canyon, Tallulah Gorge, Smithgall Woods and Moccasin Creek.

For a complete list of State Parks, visit http://gastateparks.org. More on Leaf Watch 2015 at www.gastateparks.org/leafwatch and www.facebook.com/georgiastateparks.

‘Get Outdoors Georgia’: Free ParkPass Kits for Leaf Watch 2015