Break out your flannels and throw on some boots because autumn in Kansas is an amazing time to explore. Looking to do some leaf peepin'? Kansas has some amazing fall foliage that's just waiting to be photographed. Ready to have some fun (and maybe find some Instagramable moments along the way)? Kansas has some incredible fall festivals that are perfect for the family. Don't forget that late summer to early fall is peak bloom for many open-to-the-public sunflower fields in Kansas. When you start to feel that crisp fall air, remember to grab your pumpkin at Kansas pumpkin patches!
The northern half of the state will begin to see leaves change in early to mid-October (October 10-17), while the trees located in the southern half will start their transition around mid to late October (October 17-24). Source