The temperature is finally dropping, bringing some respite from the summer. That means the Fall is almost here and with it comes some of the most amazing colors all across the country. Here are our top 5 fall RV Destinations!
1. Glacier National Park, Montana
Located up north on the United States – Canadian border, there’s over 1 million acres of lakes, mountains and beautiful fall foliage. When you’re ready to experience the natural wonders of the changing colors, you can’t go wrong with Glacier National Park. Over 700 miles of hiking trails await you, along with over 130 named lakes to enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and jet-skiing. You’ll never run out of things to do. For the fly fishermen in your family, they’ll love the world class fishing and liberal catch regulations.
2. Porcupine Mountains/Upper Peninsula, Michigan
In the northernmost area of Michigan lies the Porcupine Mountains, a small mountain range and national park that covers over 59,000 acres. If you’re looking for some of the most vibrant and eye-popping color changes, take a trip and explore the 39,000 acres of old-grown northern hardwood. You’ll see the Lake of the Clouds located in the middle of the park, and have a chance to hike the 87 miles worth of hiking trails.
Browse our selection of RV rentals and start planning your fall vacation!
3. Aspen, Colorado
If you’re looking to enjoy the comforts of civilization and the beautiful colors of the fall in the same trip, then you should head to Aspen. Just a couple hours west of Denver, Colorado, in between the Rocky Mountains and the Elk Mountains, you’ll find some of the most amazing fall foliage the United States has to offer. When Fall hits this part of the country, the leaves turn a rich yellow and provide you with plenty of photo-ops. I can just imagine parking my RV and waking up everyday to the wonderful Fall colors in my window.
4. Green Mountain, Vermont
If you love traveling through tree-lined highways, then the Green Mountain Byway is where you need to be. Between the cites of Stowe and Waterbury there’s a scenic route that passes through 3 national parks and 2 national forests. That sets up a backdrop to an enjoyable drive through some of the brightest Fall colors you’ve ever seen. During the drive you’ll encounter open meadows, farmland and plenty of forestry. You’ll also have great views of Vermont’s highest peak, Mount Mansfield.
5. Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee & North Carolina
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the country due to its abundance of trees. There are over 100 native tree species within the park that produce gold, orange, crimson and purple foliage during the Fall. You’ll have no trouble finding all 100 species when you take to the over 800 miles of scenic roads and hiking trails. You could hike for days!
These are just a few of the Fall destinations that the United States has to offer. What are some of your favorite fall destinations? Share with us on Facebook.