'Tis the season for fall festivities!

Fall officially begins on September 23 this year and, if you're like me, you're ready for those fall activities. This season brings so many wonderful things like fairs, markets, Oktoberfest, pumpkin patches, tailgates... the list goes on and on. So what is the one thing you have to do in Wyoming to truly celebrate the fall season?

Visit Grand Teton National Park.

That's according to MSN's list of the Most Fun Attractions for Fall in Every State. Of course there will be less crowds of tourists around you, but there is a balancing act here when it comes to timing. You've got to get to the Tetons in time to see the changing of the leaves, which is a relatively small window. But you also have to hope that no snow ruins your plans.

Trip Savvy says the leaves will be in peak "color-change mode" early to mid-October.