The Best Campgrounds to See Fall Foliage

Fall is in full swing and there is nothing like riding with the windows down, taking in the crisp air and jewel toned leaves with your Little Guy. Here are some of the best campgrounds to visit this Fall.

Rhode Island

Enjoy the bright colors of the fall leaves and a fresh sea breeze at Fishermen’s Memorial State Campground, Rhode Island. Play a few holes on their golf course or take a stroll along the shore. Fishermen’s Memorial State Park is close to Scarborough, Roger Wheeler and Salty Brine beaches.


Southwest of Denver, nestled in the foothills, is Chatfield State Recreational Area.  Let your Little Guy carry the bikes and hit the mountain trails. After working up a sweat, rent a canoe and float about on the lake taking in the colorful mountain scenery.


Plymouth Park Campground is poised on the border of Washington and Oregon. Enjoy fishing along the Columbia River, hunting or golfing on one of the many golf courses in the general vicinity.


If towering mountains, lush forest and a serene lake are your cup of joe, Alice Lake Provincial Park is the right destination for you. Hike on scenic mountain trails or do a little rock climbing if you feel daring. Don’t feel like firing up the burners after a day on the trails? Head to the nearby town of Squamish for locals brews at Howe Sound Brewing and pizza.

Where do you and the Little Guy go to see fall leaves? Tell us in the comments below.


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