Many people think fall is the most beautiful season and it’s easy to see why. The colors, smells and treats are unique to the season and bring a sense of coziness and comfort. A great way to experience fall is to take an RV road trip — there are so many amazing places to visit that really come alive in the fall.
Here are some top places to visit:
The Finger Lakes Region
Take a trip from New York to experience the scenic Finger Lakes region. You can drive through Pennsylvania and take a rest in Tobyhanna park. From there, a quick detour to the borough of Jim Thorpe will provide some fantastic sights.
Its mountain scenes can be breathtaking in fall. You may also want to arrange a hike in the Lehigh Valley and enjoy the colors of fall. If you love wine, there are excellent wineries at Cayuga Lake.
Blue Ridge Parkway
If the colors of fall trees are your thing, then this is a great route. You’ll see a lot of them as you drive this road that stretches just under 500 miles, connecting Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
There are some exciting hikes along the way and lots of opportunities to grab fall treats from local farms.
Connecticut – The Covered Bridges Loop
The Covered Bridges Loop, covering 100 miles, is perfect for an RV road trip. You’ll be amazed by the historical buildings and feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. The Appalachian Trail goes straight through the town and it is perfect for a day hike. You can walk along the river and visit Lake Waramaug park to see some beautiful fall scenes.
California – Southern Pacific Coast
Although many people visit the Southern Pacific Coast in the summer, fall adds a new dimension to the destination. Taking Highway 101 and heading for Santa Barbara can be a good idea for a fall road trip.
You’ll find brilliant restaurants and shops there in addition to the breathtaking views. If you want something a little different, head over to Solvang. Solvang looks like a traditional Danish town and looks amazing in fall. You’ll find wine and beautiful fall scenes all around.
Michigan – Great Lakes
A drive by the Great Lakes is breathtaking any season, but fall makes it even more special. If you’re feeling adventurous, hike through the Thunder Bay forest and walk through the fall leaves. There’s tons to explore in the area and something for everyone.