The 50 Best American Towns to Visit in the Fall
Fall represents a return to “the grind” after a summer of relaxation and lazy days. But the crisp air and beautiful colors actually make the season an ideal time to take one final outdoorsy vacation.[slideshow:104610]
Satisfy your wanderlust whether you choose to go fishing, cycling through cities and countries, hiking and camping at dangerous places, or even spend a romantic week being inspired by stunning fall foliage displays.
The temperatures cool down, reminding savvy travelers that they can finally start planning an adventurous fall trip. It’s hard to resists considering there will be fewer crowds and entertaining local festivals.
The following list includes some places in New England, of course. Most of them are gorgeous, but we deliberately looks beyond the famous fall foliage area to bring you cities all across the U.S. that come to life in September and October.