Asheville, NC & New England states have the most colorful fall scenery. If you can’t make it there, I’ve got some other GREAT places to visit – at least one is likely to be near you! Here are the next best places to see fall foliage in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wyoming.
Live near a state park? Consider yourself lucky! If you’re thinking that state parks are smaller (or less significant) than the 59 national parks in the U.S., think again. I love visiting state parks — and with over 10,000 of them across the U.S., there’s sure to be several near you. Find a state park (or national park) nearby, see why state parks are so amazing, and explore lists of the best state parks in America.
Road trip! Here are 5 incredible places in the United States to take fall foliage drives. You’ll see the best fall leaf color here.
Think it can’t snow in Florida? Think there’s nothing but gators & mosquitoes in Florida? These are just 2 of the myths about Florida that I’m debunking.
Planning a road trip soon? The best road trips are those that are free… or cheap. These are our top 6 road trip ideas + tips for tips for saving money!
Here are my personal tips on how to find a fall festival near you. Plus things you should bring along so you can have more fun at fall festivals.
If you’re about to take a road trip to see the colorful leaves, follow these 5 autumn driving tips to ensure that your leaf peeping adventure is a safe one.
Believe it or not, Florida does have fall foliage, even if they aren’t quite on par with the fireworks of fall colors seen in the Northeast. As a Florida native, I know which trees are the best for seeing fall color in Florida and where you can see a beautiful show of autumn hues.
Here are the best tips for hiking in the Fall. You see, Autumn hiking tips are different than regular hiking tips, as the days are shorter, the temperatures change more drastically, and there are other hazards to be on the watch for.