Timing Your Trip To North Carolina For Peak Fall Foliage

Fall Foliage in NCNorth Carolina is known for many things. One of its biggest claims to fame is the fall foliage that descends upon the mountainous area along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Did you know, however, different parts of North Carolina experience their peak in foliage at varying times of the season? It’s true! Based on the averages of what has occurred over years past, the best times to visit North Carolina to view the fall foliage are as follows:

  • Late September to Early October – Western NC Highest Elevations
  • Early to Mid October – Western NC
  • Mid to Late October – Western to Central NC
  • Late October to Early November – Central NC

As you plan your fall foliage journey to North Carolina, be sure to secure the perfect cabin to go with the experience. Through Rent It Today, and partnering companies including 4 Seasons Vacation Properties, you can find a cozy cabin for two or a chalet rental for the entire family. Choose from relaxing amenities including fire pits, hot tubs, wrap around deck, and wood fireplaces. Other options include number of bed and bathrooms, satellite television, game tables, charcoal grill, and computer access. Some cabin and cottage rentals are even pet friendly!

Find your North Carolina cabin, cottage, or chalet rental today before the beautiful colors fade away!

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