September 13, 2017 Fall Camping

Where To Book This Year's Fall Camping Trip

Falling leaves and blankets around the campfire make autumnal camping some of the most charming days of the year. By choosing the right location, this year’s trip can be your best yet. A recent survey found that 43% of campers plan their trips at least one month in advance, so now is the time to book. When choosing your dream location out of all the possible places to camp, consider the following destinations for a great fall camping trip.

    • North Carolina: Warm weather-lovers may want to consider this southern state for their camping destination. Cabins in North Carolina are sure to deliver that coveted charm while keeping you comfortable. There are also plenty of historical tourist attractions if you consider taking a day trip.

 

    • New York: Home to the Adirondack Mountains, the Catskill Mountains, and the Finger Lakes; New York is an outdoor hub. This northern state will give you the full display of fall colors while you cozy up by a campfire. You may also consider venturing off site to enjoy apple picking, one of the Empire State’s trademarks.

 

    • Delaware: One of the smallest state’s in the union, Delaware will allow you to camp just a short day trip from the ocean. You can enjoy local sea food cuisine, especially in the late Summer to early Fall. Be sure to take the time to explore Delaware’s charming towns while you are there.

 

    • Nova Scotia: If you are feeling adventurous and want to wander up even farther north, this Canadian province is one of the most beautiful in the fall. This region is home to lovely islands and incredible waterfront views, so be sure to bring your camera if you choose to explore.

There is nothing quite like a Fall camping trip, and you can make yours the best it can be by picking the right destination. Whether you are enjoying cabins in North Carolina or Nova Scotia, you are sure to come home with beautiful photos and even more beautiful stories. Just be sure to keep the best tales for around the campfire.