• Ashley Locke

These Are the Top Fall Destinations Across the U.S. for 2020

Can you believe it? Summer is almost on its way out and we'll soon be basking in the glow of autumn.


What better way to welcome the change of seasons than with a little trip? It doesn't have to be far, simply somewhere you can embrace the changing leaves and cooler temperatures that fall brings.


If you need a little help discovering where to visit, we've got a few for you to choose from. Keep scrolling for the top fall destinations across the U.S.

Asheville, North Carolina


Asheville, North Carolina is on the top of the list for a variety of different fall destination roundups. And, for good reason. This southeast location boasts some of the most stunning views, especially come autumn. It's nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, so there are plenty of outdoorsy activities to partake in at this fall destination.

Charleston, South Carolina


Not only is North Carolina a great location to visit in the fall, so is South Carolina. Rich with history, there is no shortage of things to do and places to visit in Charleston. This is especially true during autumn when the city offers a ton of activities for everyone. Whether it's visiting a pumpkin patch or going for a hayride, you'll never run out of things to do.

New York City, New York


NYC in the fall is just pure perfection. Waltzing through Central Park with the leaves turning is something out of a romantic comedy. It doesn't get any more picturesque than visiting this East Coast location during the fall.

Telluride, Colorado


While many would opt for Denver or Boulder when visiting Colorado, Telluride is the place to be during the fall. Though it's known for boasting more winter-based activities, it still has plenty to offer in autumn. If you're a fan of horror movies, you'll absolutely enjoy their Telluride Horror Show.

Newport, Rhode Island


Rhode Island is so often overlooked on any list of places to visit. Newport specifically is a great city to make a trip to in the fall. It may be more well known for being a summer destination, but fall is just as good a time as any to visit. There are far less crowds and even better views.

Berkshires, Massachusetts


The Berkshires offers a more rural destination in Massachusetts, one where you'll experience some of the best fall foliage you'll ever lay eyes one. There are plenty of towns and villages sprinkled throughout the region, giving you the chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Napa, California


For those who enjoy wine tasting, Napa is the place to be. You'll taste some of the most exquisite wines, along with striking scenery. This is often a time when others book their trips to Napa Valley, so be sure to plan as early in advance as you can. You wouldn't want to miss out on anything!

Sedona, Arizona


We're big fans of Sedona for its mystical and magical feel. You will feel incredibly enchanted once you enter the city limits of this Arizona destination. Sedona isn't as crowded during autumn, so you'll be able to check out the sights with a lot less people around.

Jackson, Wyoming


Jackson, Wyoming is for the ultimate nature-lover. Camping, or even galmping, will offer you the chance to view striking fall foliage. If you're a fan of wildlife, be sure to visit the National Elk Refuge and National Museum of Wildlife Art once you're done taking in the scenery.

Gatlinburg, Tennessee


Hike, bike, and walk your way through impressive scenery in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. You may even come across some wildlife during your trek. You also aren't too far from the Great Smoky Mountains, so you can spend plenty of time in the national park.


We're approaching the end of the year, which means many of you likely have unused vacation days lingering. You may not feel like using them, but HERE is why you should.

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