If, like us, your summer vacation plans were halted by Covid-19, then you’re probably super bored of your surroundings. Cabin fever is real y’all. Fortunately for you, we have the perfect remedy that ticks all the boxes – camping! Social distancing, the great outdoors, fresh air and fall foliage all included. Here’s a list of the top camping destinations across the United States for fall 2020.
All you gotta do is pick one (or more) and pack your bags – we’re going camping!
Check out these top 10 camping destinations across the US for fall 2020
10. Moab-Arches National Park, Utah
According to a list compiled by camping website, Campspot, the best place to camp in Utah is Canyonlands National Park. The park’s ‘RV Restort & Campground’ is not only good for tent camping but also has RV sites and vacation rentals. Amenities include bathrooms and showers, a gated pool, internet access, playgrounds, laundry and garbage access. Not to mention the stunning 360 degree views of canyons, cliffs and mesas around you.
Just an hour and a half drive from New York City lies beautiful Minnewaska State Park Preserve. Experience dramatic views of Shawangunk Mountain ridge rising 2,000 feet above sea level, surrounded by rugged terrain from Gardiner Camp-Resort. Set on 100 rolling acres, the campground overlooks winding Walkill River. It features plenty of amenities the whole family will enjoy.
Wine Country, baby! Probably the most tempting destination on this entire list, Wine Country RV Resort is conveniently-located in the gorgeous Paso Robles wine region. Did someone say day drinking? With wineries as far as the eye can see, this is a dream fall trip for grape lovers.
7. Buffalo, New York
It’s no secret that Upstate New York boasts some of the best leaf peeping and fall foliage in all of the US. Check out 100+ acre Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort: Western New York or Lake George RV Park. Both spots are close enough to Niagara Falls, Lake George and the Adirondacks for the perfect fall getaway.
6. Central Michigan
This is definitely one of the best options on this list of the best places to go camping during fall in the US. Switch off, disconnect from the world, relax and reconnect with nature in Central Michigan. Camp at either Gladwin City Park and Campground along the Cedar River or Calhoun Campground in the backwaters of Ross Lake.
5. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Fall is the perfect time to check out Myrtle Beach in the heart of South Carolina. Avoid the tourist-dense beachside accommodations and opt for a more unique stay at the woodsy Carolina Pines RV Resort. Don’t worry, there’s still great proximity to the beach and 60-mile-long coastline. Not your average camping experience and definitely on the more high end side complete with a water park, mini golf an arcade and a bistro.
3. Cape May, New Jersey
Cap May is known as America’s oldest seaside resort. Famous for its beaches and boardwalks, the city is also home to several lovely camping destinations. At Big Timber Lake RV Camping Resort guests can enjoy wildlife and wilderness as well as the conveniences of a modern campground. Fishing, bocce ball, shuffleboard and kayaks are just a few things guests can avail of onsite.
2. Santa Claus, Indiana
If holiday festivities are your thing, look no further than Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort. Featuring nearly 300 cabins, cottages, and rental RVs including specific holiday cottages and Christmas cabins. With spacious outdoor decks and water parks all around. Not to mention beautiful woodlands for fall tree transitions. There’s plenty of fun to be had for the whole fam.
1. Southern Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Southern Lancaster thrives in the heart of fall with some of the best leaf-peeping you’ll find. For real. Not to mention, the picturesque rolling hills, culture, and countryside all around Check out Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort: Quarryville campgrounds where you can enjoy endless activities, amenities and breathtaking views.