Top 3 Most Beautiful Autumn Campgrounds

The smell of burning leaves, the orange and red scenery, and most importantly, the sound of your RV starting up to visit some of the most beautiful places in the world! Autumn is the season for some of the most beautiful sights and memories. But where can you find the best of what autumn has to offer in your RV? Check out our Top 3 most beautiful autumn campgrounds to visit this fall. You won’t be disappointed.

Housatonic Meadows

 

3. Housatonic Meadows State Park, Connecticut

Located in the rock-strewn valley of the Housatonic River amid the rugged hills of the northwestern uplands, Housatonic Meadows is an ideal setting for a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Camping under the tall pines on the riverbank gives the overnight visitor a genuine back-to-nature feeling. The clear, cold river water also provides a fine opportunity for fly fishermen to test their skills on trout and bass. A two-mile stretch of river (including the park shore) is limited to fly fishing. With the gorgeous scenery of orange and red trees, this fall camping spot is one of the best in the world!

Smokey Mountain National park

 

2. Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tennessee

This park offers spectacular fall foliage viewing for visitors to Tennessee. With a wide range of elevation, as well as many species of tree the Great Smoky Mountains offer visitors great viewing throughout October. The higher elevations start to change earlier and have species including American beech and mountain maple. The lower elevations change color later and have a stunning display of color from species like sugar maple and hickories.

 

North Cascades

 

1. North Cascades National Park, Washington

Washington’s North Cascades are a fantastic place for fall foliage seekers to enjoy the beautiful colors. From mid-September through mid-October travelers will find an amazing range of colors throughout the region. The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and the drives that run through the forest are great options for viewing the fall colors, as well as fun hiking options throughout the region.

 

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