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Fall Foliage Guide
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Fall foliage map - Seasonal updates of camps and cabins.

Alas, 2017 leaves have dropped, and we're preparing cozy cabins for winter. See you next fall!

Old bunkhouse cabin
Jamie
Jamie: We had a great time at the bunkhouse cabin, cooking a great camp meal and taking in the fresh mountain...
100's of acres 2 Hike Bike Hunt
Kyle
Kyle: Have you ever wanted to spend the night in a small, comfortable, cozy cabin in the middle of the Color...
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.
Rustic Glamorous Artist's Cabin
Megan
Megan: This place was perfect. Its a sweet little getaway nestled in the pine trees. The cabin was comfortabl...
Modern Alpine Cabin-Aspen/Vail
Maegen
Maegen: Wow - what an adventure! Absolutely loved our stay at the cabin. My friend and I (and two dogs)...
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.
Largo Rim Ranch
Andy
Andy: Let me start by saying - I've stayed at many, many Hipcamps. This is my favorite. It's quite the...
Vintage Camper with a View
Wesley
Wesley: Met Taylor at the farmhouse and he was very friendly. The view at the trailer is way better than...
After Acadia National Park kicks off the season in September, fall slowly trickles down the Eastern seaboard, setting off a burst of color throughout the Green Mountains in Vermont, White Mountains in New Hampshire, the Berkshires in Massachusetts and the Catskills in New York.
Weston Pass Hut
Jason
Jason: I had an amazing winter weekend at the Weston Pass Hut. The beautifully designed hut comes stocked...
1953 Camper with Outside Deck
Patrick
Patrick: Meet our classic 1953 Vagabond, Judd. He abides to showing everyone a good time. Vagabonds are a...
Fallen leaves are essential to forest ecosystems as they provide protection for tree seeds to germinate over winter.
Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
John
John: I think my great experience first starts with Patrick, your host. Aside from being very accommodating ...
Peak-to-peak pit stop
Stevi
Stevi: This was such a beautiful little spot to camp. Its a short little hike from where you park along a lit...
New England isn’t alone—northern Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the midwest, as well as parts of the West put on fiery shows in mid-September. Colorado is famed for foliage viewing in Rocky Mountain National Park and the golden hues around Aspen from the town’s namesake tree.
Shiretown Campground
Lisa
Lisa: The host(s), Misha and Taylor, were very easy to communicate with and their response time to questions...
Taos Style Vintage Airstream
Patrick
Patrick: Meet Ralphie, a 26’ Airstream Overlander that’s spent his life exploring the canyons, shredding the...
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.”
Long View Lodge
Brendan
Brendan: Long View Lodge is quite simply an incredible place to be. Everything about the cabin, location and...
Lavish Vintage Trailer
Patrick
Patrick: We call him Capitan. No, he's not your average sailer. Capitan has come from the crests of the...
Meadow Mtn Tent Platform
Boris
Boris: Beautiful place. Quiet at night, and magical in the morning. Would stay here again.
Historic Ranch at Mt. Princeton
Selena
Selena: My husband and I and our 4 year old son and dog stayed on Monika's ranch over 4th of July, for 4 days...
Modern San Isabel Cabin
Nora
Nora: The Modern San Isabel Cabin was a dream to stay in. This place is so wonderfully cozy and...
Vintage Trailer with SW Decor
Patrick
Patrick: Meet our beautiful 33’ Spartan Imperial Manor, Jazzy. Known for being an entertainer and true fifties...
Sol Mountain Teepee
Yaro
Yaro: Loved it, here’s why! ☀︎ The Site ☀︎ Beautiful Ute Teepee village and even better views of the...
Adirondack Glamping on a Farm
David
David: Nestled by a brook, our secluded glamping site is convenient for adventurers enjoying the unparalleled...
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