If you are looking for an out of the ordinary destination to fly to this fall, take a look at these four fantastic locations that will give you the opportunity to fully experience the season.
Fall on Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect time to enjoy the island without having to fend off crowds of summer tourists. The locals of Martha’s Vineyard know how to celebrate the season in style. Catch a play at Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, head to the beach for the kite festival or taste the bounty of fall flavors at the famous farmer’s market. The water is still warm enough at this time of year to enjoy a dip in the ocean. It’s the perfect getaway if you want to enjoy the coolness of fall at the beach.
Glacier National Park
Any outdoor enthusiast needs to fly to Montana to visit Glacier National Park in the fall. The trees are exchanging their bright green colors for golds, oranges and reds. Animals are more active during this time of year, so it’s the perfect time to see nature’s most beautiful creatures up close. Limited hotel and cabin space is available for travelers who want to experience the autumnal beauty of the park while living and dining indoors. For the more adventurous traveler, it is the perfect opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of fall while sleeping under the stars and taking your meals by campfire.
If you are looking for a private getaway in the heart of America, Wisconsin’s Elkhart Lake is a fall destination like no other. Kayaking on the serene lake offers a perfect view of the changing leaves, which put on a lavish display each autumn. Explore the rich Native American history, indulge in the relaxing treatments of Aspira Spa or play a game of golf at the welcoming Quit Qui Oc Golf Club. Car enthusiasts can take in a race at the internationally renowned Road America race course.
Asheville, North Carolina
Nestled in the misty peaks of the Great Smokey Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina is the perfect place to experience fall with a huge helping of southern hospitality. Asheville is situated so that you can enjoy the nightlife and dining of a city, but gorgeous hiking trails are not far away. Visit the opulent Biltmore Estate, enjoy a beer at one of Asheville’s 26 craft breweries or take in the amazing art scene that continues to thrive in this southern gem. Pisgah National Forest is a few miles away and offers wonderful hiking in a mild fall climate.