By: Sahil Luthra
Acadia National Park encompasses more than 47,000 acres along the rocky coast of Maine. Located about 160 miles northeast of Portland
treating travelers and road-trippers to views of some of the Pacific Northwest's most beautiful landscapes
Situated about 130 miles west of Boston and surrounded by mountains, the Berkshires are one of the most scenic places in Massachusetts to watch the colors change
Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in central Virginia, Charlottesville offers spectacular scenery that's perfect for viewing fall's vivid hues.
Highlights along this route include whitewater rafting in Cascade and camping overnight in Lake Cascade State Park.
Located in the southeastern part of Pennsylvania and bordered by New Jersey and the Delaware River to the east, Bucks County has a rich Revolutionary War history
Visitors can also take in the stunning palette of reds, oranges and yellows from the trees lining the streets of downtown Cheyenne
Located in southern Indiana, French Lick West Baden is a resort community tucked into the hills of Hoosier National Forest that features some of Indiana's best leaf-peeping locales
The nearly 90-mile route from the town of Red Wing to La Crescent also features scenic overlooks, including two must-see locations at Great River Bluffs
Situated at 9,600 feet above sea level in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge is one of the first places in Colorado to witness fall's brilliant changing of the leaves.
Situated in the Hudson River Valley in Columbia County, approximately 120 miles north of New York City, Hudson is a small town that offers a distinct food, arts and farming culture