With its beautiful changing leaves and its pleasant, cooler sweater weather, fall is the perfect time of year to take the whole family on an unforgettable camping trip. Whether you plan to get a bak industries tonneau cover for your truck, pack a weekend’s worth of supplies in and drive through the mountains or you simply want to pitch a tent somewhere closer to home, the crisp air, campfires and fall foliage make for can’t-miss memories. Get the family together, grab your retrax tonneau covers, pack some snacks and head off to these top camping destinations to visit this fall.
Great Smokey Mountains National Park in Tennessee and North Carolina
If you find yourself on the East Coast wanting a place where you can pitch your roof top tent and relax with the family, you may want to add the Great Smokey Mountains National Park to your list. Nestled between Tennessee and North Carolina, this wooded area offers boundless natural beauty, making it the perfect place to enjoy classic camping activities like:
- Making s’mores
- Enjoying a campfire
- Singing family-friendly songs
- Drinking hot cocoa
You can find several developed campgrounds perfect for relaxing. Be sure to check out the many waterfalls, horse camps and panoramic views as well.
Canyonlands National Park in Utah
For fans of rugged mountain landscapes and drier climates, Utah’s Canyonlands National Park makes the perfect weekend getaway. You can set up camp and enjoy the view, or go backpacking or driving through the wild backcountry.
Isle Royal National Park in Michigan
If you enjoy ferry rides and watching the leaves change by the lake, you may be interested in visiting the Isle Royal National Park in Michigan. 36 campgrounds spread across the islands are reachable by ferry or by foot, and you can take a trip moving around the campgrounds to explore the different parts of the park.
Shenandoah National Park in Virginia
Finally, for classic fall foliage and a temperate climate, you can’t beat the Shenandoah National Park. Hidden away in the Virginia countryside only hours from the nation’s capital, the Shenandoah park offers thousands of acres of views. Take a drive through the Blue Ridge Mountains and be sure to stop for some hot apple cider before setting up camp.
White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire
New England offers famously beautiful fall foliage. Fans of colorful leaves and sloping hillsides won’t want to miss the White Mountain National Forest nestled in the New Hampshire area. This historic park offers not only natural beauty, but also plenty of historical and cultural attractions as well. You can even rent a cabin for maximum comfort.
As the weather cools down and the leaves start to change, you may want to seize the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing getaway with your family by camping out in a calm, scenic location. Make the most of this beautiful season by checking out one of these top camping destinations to visit this fall. You’re sure to make cozy, fall-themed family memories that will last a lifetime.
Not in the US? Don’t worry, you may also like these destinations throughout the world!