From the bloggers at Virginia is for Lovers
For some outdoor lovers, fall is the time to go camping in Virginia. When the first cool fronts sweep over the Allegheny Mountains, bringing that crisp autumn air, tent and RV campers visualize themselves by a cracking campfire, deep in the woods, up in the mountains, along the lakeshore and beside the coast, overnighting in the beautiful and bountiful landscapes that comprise Virginia.
Virginia boasts a long autumn season, extending the fall camping possibilities. By early October, leaves start peaking in the western part of the state, along the highest mantles of the Appalachians. From there, autumnal glory spreads to lower elevations and easterly across the Piedmont, marching on to the Atlantic Ocean, where color hangs on well into mid-November.
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