Traveling in the fall in an RV provides a great perspective to anyone who loves beautiful scenery. There is nothing more invigorating than getting an up-close look at Mother Nature's finest work through the windows of a rolling home away from home. And there is no better time than the fall to experience it. The leaves that were once bright green take on hues, ranging from neon yellow to pumpkin orange to fiery red. The combination of these fall colors brings the landscape to a vibrancy that defies description.
Few are the states that have no changing scenery during autumn, although there are some that are not near as spectacular as others.
For those of you who have travel plans this fall, here is a list of areas that have proven to be some of the best to roll through, if color is what you're seeking:
Colorado: San Juan Skyway (Loops from Durango through Ouray, Telluride and
Cortez, and back to Durango)
California: San Bernardino National Forest (Rim of the World Scenic Byway)
Maine: Acadia National Park (especially Park Loop Road)
Missouri: Mark Twain National Forest (especially Skyline Drive and Sugar Camp National Scenic Byway)
Michigan: Keweenaw Peninsula (highways 26 and 41 to Copper Harbor)
New Hampshire: Kancamagus Scenic Byway (White Mountain National Forest)
New York: Adirondacks Region (especially Central Adirondack Trail
Vermont: Lake Champlain Valley (Burlington to the Lake Champlain Islands)
Arizona: Coconino National Forest (General Crook Trail Loop Road)
Virginia/North Carolina: Blue Ridge Parkway (from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia)
These certainly are not the only places to see beautiful autumn colors as you travel, as there are several states with beautiful scenery, but these areas have been some of the most visited places specifically for fall watching by RV travelers from across the nation. All of these parts of the country are beautiful to travel in, no matter what time of the year it is, but there is just something exhilarating about the crisp, cool air of fall, and the vibrant colors that signal the oncoming of winter.
The best part about all of these areas for fall travel is that every one of them is close to a Cruise America rental location. With over a hundred and twenty-five of them, you'll never be very far from the RV trip you deserve. So give us a call or visit us online and book your RV reservation today!
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