From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV
It’s finally that time of year again: the weather is cooling off, pumpkin spice is everywhere, and the leaves are starting to fade into fiery shades of red, orange and gold.
There’s no better way to take in all of the colors this season than by going for a drive. New England is especially known to have some beautiful foliage, but leaf peepers can get a glimpse of autumn color all over the US – and Canada, too – this September, October and mid-November.
The best time to plan your trip will vary every year. Leaves change colors at a different times in different places, depending on weather conditions, elevation and other factors. Some byways and states have their own foliage trackers online that are updated throughout the season. Farmers Almanac also produced this list of when they predict fall color will reach its full peak in the lower 48 states for 2016.
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