Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park should reach peak color this weekend. The oaks, which are usually the last family of trees to change have begun to show color. Currently the park and the surrounding state forest are at approximately 75% color change. Some of the trees that showed color early in the season have already lost their leaves. We are seeing fall color in poison ivy and Virginia creeper vines that can be seen climbing trunks of trees. Many of the blackgums and sourwoods are showing off their peak reds. Sassafras is turning shades of red and orange. Flowering dogwoods are turning shades of purple and red. Maples in the area are showing off red, orange, and yellow. We expect some fall color to hold through early November.