One of the great things about renting an RV is that there are no limits to where you can explore. Just imagine all the places you could go camping to view the autumn foliage. In the next few weeks, the leaves will change to shades of red, orange, and yellow, transforming the forest into a beautiful panorama before winter arrives. Being able to spend time with people you love, getting outside, and taking a road trip is just what fall is for. Today, our team at Unlimited RV is listing our top three favorite places to experience fall in its fully beauty.

Best Places to See Fall Foliage

1. Bar Harbor, Maine

Visit Bar Harbor in the fall to get your fill of salty, sea air, while also seeing gorgeous autumn color.. Bar Harbor even provides a fall foliage map, so you can see when the foliage is at its peak and plan your trip accordingly. Whether you choose to attend a fall event, stop in at a museum, sip a warm fall beverage, or play in the leaves, Bar Harbor can help you achieve all your autumn goals at one breathtaking destination.

2. Catskill Mountains, New York

The Catskill Mountains are practically the perfect fall landscape. The best time to visit the Catskills for fall foliage is in September or October. And if you’re looking for things to do, consider visiting Hull-O Farms for their annual corn maze and pumpkin picking, go on a craft beer tour at local breweries, or hit the trails for some spectacular fall hiking to see the changing colors.

3. Stowe, Vermont

Stowe is called “Fall’s Color Capital” and with so many plants turning varying shades or yellow, red, orange, and brown, it’s not hard to see why. Stowe is the perfect destination if you desire a quintessential New England vacation. Take your trip to the next level by visiting the Trapp Family Lodge for gorgeous views and fun Sound of Music history.

If you love the fall, get out and really experience it with the ones you love. Contact Unlimited RV of Prospect, CT, today at (203) 527-7026 to book your RV rental and start planning your fall camping trip.