One of the best things about fall is the changing colors of the leaves. And one of the best things about campers is that they give you the freedom to travel wherever the mood takes you. So when you live in a great country like the United States, the best thing to do is to get out there and explore it. Expedition trailers can give you the perfect opportunity to discover the wonderfully diverse landscapes that our beautiful country has to offer and the fall can be the ideal time to pack up your campers and head off for a great American adventure.
Zion National Park, Utah
Zion National Park may well be known for its red sandstone cliffs, hoodoos and canyons but as well as its wild, desert landscape and summer appeal it is also a great place to visit during the fall season to witness the changing of the leaves.
The National Park is home to various species of trees, including cottonwoods, maples, oaks and box elders that can provide a spectacular array of colors during the fall. Once you’ve set up camp with your trailers, one of the best hikes to see the seasonal colors is along the Emerald Pools trail.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park can be a stunning place at any time of the year but during the fall the changing colors of the leaves make for an even more stunning landscape. With access from both North Carolina and Tennessee, this famous park can let you explore even more of the USA on the one trip.
There are a wide variety of tree species in the National Park, including various maples, hickories, American beech, yellow birch and scarlet oak, among many others, which can provide a colorful backdrop to your adventures.
As well as from along the many hiking trails in the park, one of the best spots to see the magnificence of the autumnal colors is by driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway. This scenic drive takes you along the southern and central Appalachians from North Carolina to Virginia, giving you the chance to experience some of the southeast’s best fall scenery.
It’s no secret that Vermont is one of the most well known states for its fall foliage displays. And the areas around the town of Stowe can be outstanding for viewing this seasonal spectacle.
With sugar maples, alders and oaks, the fall colors you’ll see here are some of the most dramatic in the country and is what makes Vermont so famous around the world.
If you’re looking for a good hike, there’s a beautiful trail at Barnes Camp, with a new boardwalk loop trail. You can also access the wider Long Trail network of hiking trails through the Green Mountains. If you’re looking to drive through the spectacular scenery, the Green Mountain Byway will give you fantastic views of the mountains and the trees with their wonderful fall hues.
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