As The Leaves Begin To Turn, Fall Vacation Destinations Become Popular
Now that the kids are back to college, it’s time to take a little fall getaway. After a long summer together, you probably need a few days away to enjoy some peace and quiet and recharge. To help you find the right spot, we’ve shared a few of Vacation Idea’s top scenic fall vacation destinations below. Safe travels!
- Vermont: Visit this northeastern state between late September and the third week of October and enjoy views of the beautiful fall foliage, visit a farm, do some wildlife watching, or take a driving tour. Need to a place to rest your head? Book a room at the Woodstock Inn, Basin Harbor Club, Windham Hill Inn or the Pitcher Inn where doubles start at $200 per night.
- Maine: November is the best time to visit the coast of Maine. Stay for a week in one of the oceanfront cottages at the Oakland House Seaside Resort and take in the crisp air while enjoying a walk and checking out the wildlife. In all, there are 15 individual cottages on the 50-acre property and rates start at $185 per night in the offseason and include breakfast and dinner.
- Taos, New Mexico: Home to a number of events and festivals in the fall including Oktoberfest, Taos Mountain Main Film Festival, and Taos Fall Arts Festival, Taos is the perfect small town fall getaway spot. It’s also cheap: Rooms start at just $124 per night through Halloween.
- Florida: Sure the beaches will be less crowded, but fall is also the best time to take that Florida golf vacation you’ve put off for months. During the fall, many courses offer great deals including Doral where rates can be up to 40% lower than during the peak season.
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