Summer road trips get all the glory, but true roadtrippers know that it can pay off to wait; September, October, and November are actually some of the best months to travel. If you’re able to get away in the fall, you’ll likely find that prices are lower and it’s easier to make reservations. Plus, you can see spectacular, changing landscapes in many regions of the U.S. Swap your sandals for layers and plan the perfect fall road trip with these tips and guides.
How to make the most of a fall foliage road trip
Dr. Howard S. Neufeld, a biology professor known as the “Fall Color Guy,” offers his expert tips for leaf peeping around the country.
Epic fall road trip routes
From New England to Arizona, here’s where to travel this fall season.
Best national parks for a fall visit
Many national parks are at their best in fall—here are some favorites for leaf peeping and optimal weather.
Fall is camping’s secret best season. It’s easier to get a reservation, bugs are minimal, temps are mild, and rates are lower.
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