Planning a trip to enjoy the fall colors? We’ve located some of the top places to enjoy the scenery this fall. From Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains to the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway as well as the glorious colors of the Midwest, there are plenty of RV resorts and campgrounds to make your home base while you fall in love with the fall scenery.
Maine. Visitors to Portland, ME, are welcomed by the jaw-dropping foliage, Portland Head Light and boutiques in the Old Port District. With Moody Beach and Pinehirst RV Resorts less than 30 minutes away, trip goers are sure to experience all that Portland has to offer.
Massachusetts. New England in the fall is synonymous with bursts of color as the trees change color. Enjoy the beauty of Boston and the charm of Cape Cod while staying at Gateway to Cape Cod. Another choice is the Sturbridge RV Resort in Sturbridge where you can enjoy the offerings of Old Sturbridge Village.
North Carolina. Scenic RV Resort located in historic Asheville provides the perfect spot to soak up the colors of the region. The color show in the area attracts visitors from around the world. Bike through the Appalachian Mountains or take a relaxing drive through the scenic, and colorful, Blue Ridge Parkway.
Pennsylvania. With more than 2400 square miles of trees, the Pocono Mountain Range offers some of the most spectacular variety of colors around. Resorts nearby include Scotrun RV Resort in Scotrun and Timothy Lake North and South in East Stroudsburg. Or consider the backdrop of changing colors in PA Dutch Country and stay at Hershey RV in Lebanon or Pennsylvania Dutch Country RV Resort in Manheim.
Wisconsin. With nearly 4000 acres of foliage, visitors to Door County are sure to experience beautiful scenery. Make it a perfect trip and stay at Tranquil Timbers RV Resort conveniently located in Sturgeon Bay.
After a day spent marveling at the spectacular color displays, coming back to an Encore or Thousand Trails RV resort or campground is the perfect way to continue your love affair with the wonderful outdoors this fall.