Fall is a beautiful time of the year to grab an RV travel guide, hit the road and enjoy the beauty of nature as she turns the trees into a rich palette of autumn colors. The chill in the air combined with dazzling sunshine and the wonderful scent of falling leaves makes this time of year a favorite for travel. Some people plan all year for this trip, carefully following weather and foliage reports in order to plan their travels around peak colors, which usually happen from mid-September through late November, when the leaves eventually become crisp and brown, falling to the ground.
Here, we’ll outline some exceptional foliage spots along the eastern side of the country so you can plan your vacation according to peak color and impressive scenery you’re sure to fall in love with.
RV Travel Guide For The Fall: Don’t Miss Out On New Fawn, Georgia
Many people will be surprised that RV travel guides highlight this choice destination because it’s in Georgia. While other travel sites might emphasize the New England states such as Vermont, in reality rich fall color can be just as beautiful below the Mason-Dixon Line. Nestled between Trenton and LaFayette, New Fawn is home to the Cloudland Canyon State Park. Over 70 camping and RV sites are scattered across a canyon blanketed with fall foliage in rich, autumn shades that eventually coat the canyon floor. You’ll appreciate the contrast between a multitude of evergreens and the rapidly changing seasonal trees.
The park’s geocaching adventures add to the excitement of going on a scavenger hunt while admiring the tree lines. Don’t forget your compass and a hand-held GPS if you want to go geocaching.