Just because summer is over, doesn’t mean there isn’t more for you to enjoy in your RV! Fall happens to be a beautiful time to explore the great outdoors. With the temperatures cooling down and the leaves turning, fall is the perfect time to set our on an adventure.
Check out our top 5 RV friendly destinations to enjoy the fall foliage:
Acadia National Park –Maine
Considered one of the top 10 parks in all the country! While Maine is lovely all year round, the scenery during the fall is just spectacular. Enjoy the forests, rocky coastline, lighthouses and even take a dip at the beach if the weather permits. October is peak time to take in the fall foliage, so try to plan your trip accordingly.
Coconino National Forest –Arizona
A unique destination comprised of red rock canyons, dense pine forests and a plethora of wildlife. Take in the change of seasons as you enjoy different varieties of hiking trails, ample opportunities to boat and fish and even hunt in the off season.
Eastern Townships, Quebec
The Eastern Townships border the US for nearly 200 miles! Each mile offering more beautiful fall views to enjoy. If you travel in autumn,you can enjoy the many farmer’s markets, hiking trails, opportunities to canoe and kayak and explore the different scenic villages throughout.
Quechee State Park–Vermont
A popular destination where people come to enjoy the views of the Quechee Gorge! Forged by glaciers nearly 13,000 years ago, the gorge offers a hiking trail with amazing views. Fish in the Ottauquechee Riveror enjoy a nature program as you take in surrounding fall foliage.
Glacier National Park –Montana
While most people thing of Yellowstone National Park as the focal point in Montana, Glacier National Park is a great spot to enjoy the fall foliage. Set up camp and enjoy all the park has to offer including hiking, ranger-led tours, biking, fishing, boating and more. Be sure to travel the Going-to-the-Sun Road where you can take in the picturesque views of glaciers, valleys, waterfalls, mountains and flower fields.
Do you have other RV destinations you enjoy in the Fall? Tell us in the comments!