Unfortunately, Renogy has never been had the pleasure of experiencing a fall season. Louisiana stays warm throughout the autumn months and sunny SoCal stays warm and dry year round. We can’t complain much about the winter weather, but can’t we all enjoy the fall colors? If you’re planning on taking the RV out for one last joyride before the long winter, you may want to visit one of the beautiful autumn towns listed below. After all, this season seems so fleeting and we’ve got sweaters to try on and pumpkins to carve.
It may come as no surprise, but New England towns are beautiful when the leaves start to fall. Filled with history, charm, and fun fall festivals, these places are perfect for an autumn getaway. Salem is located near the coast of Massachusetts, about 40 minutes outside of Boston. If you find yourself visiting in October, you’ll be one of 250,000 others that enjoy the “Haunted Happenings.” The Haunted Happenings is a lively celebration of fall and Halloween. Events include ghost tours, costume balls, haunted houses, and more. There are many quaint little inns located in this city, but be sure to book early or you may be out of luck! If you are planning on staying in your RV, nearby parks include the Winter Island and Beach Rose RV Parks.
Another seaside New England town, Portland, Maine is a great place to watch the leaves dance. Since you’re seaside, you can visit the local lighthouse or stop by the Old Port for great wining, dining, and shopping. If you enjoy art, the local Portland Museum of Art may be the first on your to-do list. If you’d really like to get up close and personal with the foliage, take a hike up Bradbury Mountain, located just outside of town. No matter what you’re looking for, there’s something to do as this is a fairly large metropolitan area. Local RV parks include the Wild Duck and Powder Horn Family Camping Park.
Burlington is the perfect destination for those who enjoy outdoor fun. Packed with over 30 miles of trails, there’s no shortage of walking and exercise areas. If you prefer to walk or jog against a waterfront background, then head over to Waterfront Park and admire the sights of Lake Champlain. If you have your kids with you, tell them to be on the lookout for “Champ,” the famous and even more mysterious sea monster. Burlington is home to many boutique restaurants and mom and pop bars. Wine tastings and beer tours are also quite popular. If you elect to stay in your RV, North Beach Campground and Lone Pine Campsites are nearby. Just remember, if you do plan to be outdoors, pack warmer clothing as temps can get quite chilly.