Let’s take a short visit through 10 of the most popular fall camping spots. Spectacular mountain views, towering forests of orange and yellow, and crisp fresh air make autumn the perfect time for an outdoor getaway. So round up some family & friends, pack up your RV, and choose a spot for your #fallgetaway.
Del Valle Campground, California
Located in the East Bay of San Francisco. Wander the 28-mile Ohlone Wilderness Trail or spend your weekend relaxing by the fishing lake.
Chatfield State Recreational Area, Colorado
From the reservoir to the hiking trails, campers have plenty of active options. The park is also a popular launch spot for hot air balloons!
Cedro Peak Campground, New Mexico
This campground has lots of hiking & mountain biking trails. You also can’t miss the stunning views of both the Sandia Mountains and Cedro Peak.
Fort Boonesborough State Park, Kentucky
Fort Boonesborough was founded in 1775 by Daniel Boone. This national forest has lots of fall activities for your family.
McKinney Campground, Georgia
If you plan a trip in late October, you can take part in the Allatoona Oktoberfest. This is a beautiful camping spot for families. The visitor Center is a fun place to visit, with displays and video exhibits about the local history.
Housatonic Meadows State Park, Connecticut
Scenic Route 7 goes right through Housatonic Meadows. Follow this roadway along the river for spectacular views of classic New England foliage. And don’t forget your fly-fishing pole- there is a 2-mile stretch of river for trout & bass.
Allegany State Park, New York
Not only is this the largest camping park in New York, it’s also known for beautiful fall foliage. When you visit, there are many outdoor attractions to choose from, including Bridal Falls, Red House Lake, and the Quaker Amphitheater.
Pawtuckaway State Park, New Hampshire
It doesn’t matter where you stay in New Hampshire, because the entire state is bursting with color in the fall. You can hit the trails, walk along the beaver marsh, a fire tower, and a large boulder field.
Burlingame State Park, Rhode Island
With easy access to US Route 1, you’ll take a scenic fall foliage drive through Rhode Island. Hike to the Kimball Wildlife Sanctuary, or enjoy Watchaug Pond.
First Landing State Park, Virginia
This park hosts an annual fall festival with hay rides, pumpkin carving and crafts & activities for kids. There are also three indoor aquariums, too!
You can easily go online to reserve a campsite at any one of these gorgeous parks. Your family and your RV will be glad you did!