From Huff Post Travel
Hello, autumn, that glorious time of the year when the air is crisper, temps are cooler and leaves are more colorful. It’s as good a time as any to be outside, and when we recently surveyed Orbitz customers about their favorite ways to travel, you guys enthusiastically told us you love to camp. Most of you cited it as a way to travel relatively cheaply, spend quality time with friends and family and see some of the best scenery the U.S. has to offer. We can’t argue with that. Here are six perfect fall places for fall camping trips — including a basecamp hotel options for our glamping friends who enjoy a few extra amenities.
Big Sur, Calif.
There is one word that describes Big Sur in autumn–spectacular! Whereas tourists clamor to visit this legendary region and artist mecca in summer when the rugged and spiky coast is often fogged in, the month of October at least nearly guarantees abundant sunshine and fewer crowds. From jagged bluffs overlooking the mighty Pacific to stream side camping in lush forests, Big Sur offers easy and abundant opportunities for pitching a tent and exploring this most excellent part of coastal California.
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