It’s that time of year again when the fall foliage is starting to shine. Travel Channel has put together a nice short video that highlight’s the 11 best fall foliage road trips. You can check out the full video below.
When it comes to fall one of the first things to come to mind is the leaves. In certain parts of the country the fall foliage transforms the landscape into a picturesque setting. From bright reds and yellows to deep purples and much more. If you’ve ever thought of taking a road trip, now is a great time of year to do it.
Affordable Road Trip
A fall road trip can be the perfect way to get into the great outdoors at a very low cost. You can fill up the gas tank on your car and just go! If you’re making it a day trip then packing a lunch can save you money. Packing a lunch is also an opportunity to stop along the way and enjoy nature while eating.
If you want to spend a little more on your trip consider renting a car for a day or two. This can be a cheap way of making the trip more enjoyable by driving a new car. You can also look for campsite along the way as fall is excellent camping weather. Grab your car and your tent, it’s time for a little getaway!
11 Best Fall Foliage Road Trips
- Hudson Valley, NY
- Deep Creek Lake, MD
- Harper Ferry, WV
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s, WI
- Twain’s Great River Road, MO
- Ricketts Glen State Park, PA
- Skyline Drive, VA
- Lake Wallenpaupack, Northeast PA
- Route 112, NH
- Route 7, VT
- The Great Smokey Mountains
If any of the areas on this list are no where near you consider a local internet search to find the best roads to fit your trip. Don’t delay when it comes to the fall foliage road trip, each day the leaves change and before you know it their gone.