Week of October 15
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Fall Foliage Guide

Fall foliage forecast — the best camps and cabins.

The change of the leaves makes fall one of the most beautiful seasons to be outside.

Irish Creek Camp
Francesco
Francesco: Irish Creek Camp is a fantastic place! It was exactly as advertised and what I was looking for – a...
Teal Creek Camp
Jack
Jack: Great Location. Sara (Land Owner) was gracious and kind. If you camp and want to bring a dog think...
We admit that fall in New England is quite spectacular, but Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts aren’t the only states to catch vibrant fall colors this September and October. From the diverse hues in the Great Smoky Mountains, to fluorescent pinks and oranges in the Ozarks, to striking golden glows of aspens in Colorado and Southern Utah, there are unique viewing spots Read more...
We admit that fall in New England is quite spectacular, but Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts aren’t the only states to catch vibrant fall colors this September and October. From the diverse hues in the Great Smoky Mountains, to fluorescent pinks and oranges in the Ozarks, to striking golden glows of aspens in Colorado and Southern Utah, there are unique viewing spots for fall foliage across the US. Zoom in on the map to find the best places to see the leaves change based on peak fall predictions throughout the country. You can adjust the slider on the left to see where fall peaks during the next few weeks. As temperatures drop, you can comfortably enjoy nature’s color show while camping in cabins, treehouses, camper vans, glamping tents and more—and, of course, in the old fashioned way: in a tent. *This map is based on annual predictions and therefore cannot be 100% accurate for foliage conditions right now, but is a good tool to help guide your travels.
Columbia Flat
Jay
Jay: Angela and Jeff's property is truly a hidden gem! It’s tucked away in the mountains but with so much...
Madrone Tree Hill
Clayton
Clayton: Madrone Tree Hill is a great place to camp. Gordon was very thoughtful and made sure I was able to...
Leaves change color in the fall because trees respond to the fewer hours of sunlight by decreasing chlorophyll production, the chemical that is integral to photosynthesis, but also responsible for why leaves are green in the summer.
Forest Camping
Nic
Nic: Wow! I can't say enough about Maple Creek Ranch. The property itself is a nearly 500 acre, working...
Black Forest Camp
Steven
Steven: Quiet area with access to water and bathrooms. There's a forest right behind where you camp with...
Colorful oak and ash trees burst through South Dakota’s rugged rocky landscapes and populous evergreen ponderosa pines during fall months, peaking around mid-October.
River Nymph Rendezvous
Kelly
Kelly: This was the perfect rest stop on my cross-country trip from DC to Denver! I texted with Kristy to let...
See Across California
Eileen
Eileen: For most of the weekend, we shared the picturesque homestead property with no one but the horses and a...
Fallen leaves are essential to forest ecosystems as they provide protection for tree seeds to germinate over winter.
Squirrel Acres
Jay
Jay: I had a great stay at Squirrel Acres. Although I did not get to meet Dan and Marion personally, they...
Artsy Cabin + Tent Site
Jonathan
Jonathan: This was a perfect quiet getaway for me and my girlfriend. The property is beautiful - chickens,...
Because of the warmer temperatures, the North Georgia mountains have a longer - but slightly less dramatic - leaf viewing season.
Stargazing at Tranqvillium
Stepfanie
Stepfanie: Driving here from southern California was beautiful and peaceful. I called the host to clarify...
Big Oak Treehouse
Mollie
Mollie: This review is long overdue! First off, Doug and Brenda have a very special place, here, and not just...
Some people travel all over the country and the world to watch the change of the colors each fall. These foliage fanatics are called “peepers.”
Fern School Farm
Erinn
Erinn: Fern School Farm is so beautiful!! Appropriately named for the historic structure just outside the...
Best Friends Farms
Momo
Momo: I had a great stay here! The landscape is breathtaking and the sunset is beautiful. Though I didn't...
Cedar Dam
Alia
Alia: This was one of our favorite stops on our month-long cross country trip. We got in at dusk and Kim...
The Farm at Wilkerson Mill Camp
William Reed
William Reed: The Farm at Wilkerson Mill is peaceful, made so by it's owner and caretaker, Reggie. As you arrive you...
Grassy Knoll II
Galen
Galen: Great secluded campsite. Host was great and brought us free fire wood. There are a decent bit of fire...
Brookside Camp
Shayna
Shayna: Our stay at Emory's ranch was absolutely incredible. The campsite was private and secluded, and had a...
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