5 Best Fall Destinations in a Motorhome

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We love Autumn for the cool weather, winter sweaters and warm, apple cider by the fire, but nothing can compete with the best part of fall... fall foliage! When the leaves start to change from crisp, apple red to golden yellow, it’s the perfect time to soak up as much of that color as possible. Check out our list of the 5 best fall destinations in a motorhome hand-picked by Tiffin owners! And once you’re ready to hibernate for the winter, read how to winterize your motorhome.

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Mountain Falls Luxury Motorcoach Resort, North Carolina

If you’re looking for a campground this fall, try Mountain Falls Luxury Motorcoach Resort. It’s located in Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, with some of the best views of the Blue Ridge Mountains around. Mark your calendar. It’s open April 1st to November 30th.

✓ Class A ONLY ✓ Full-Hookup ✓ Pets Allowed ✓ Wifi Available

While you’re there, don’t miss the Blue Ridge Parkway, a 469-mile ribbon of highway winding through Virginia and North Carolina along the southern and central Appalachians. Explore, camp, bike, drive, and experience the region’s rich history all in one stretch!

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Brown County, Indiana

Brown County is known for its beautiful fall foliage and scenic, southern Indiana hills. Whether you’re looking for a campground or state park, you’ll find both here.

Brown County State Park in Nashville, IN is one of the largest state parks in the U.S. with cabins and campsites ready for hikers, bikers, fishermen, and horseback riders.

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If you’re looking for quiet and privacy, check out Brown County / Nashville KOA. It has spacious campsites with easy access to both Nashville and Indiana 46.

✓ Full-Hookup ✓ Kid-Friendly ✓ Pets Allowed ✓ Wifi Available

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Finger Lakes Region, New York

There are some hidden gems in upstate New York, and the Finger Lakes Region is one of them. This region is a network of 10 counties known for their wineries, but there’s plenty of fun for the whole family. Visit a number of state parks, including Watkins Glen State Park and the scenic Gorge Trail with 19 beautiful waterfalls. Join in on food, boating, and wine tours! Plus, learn something new at one of the many museums in the area.

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White Mountains, New Hampshire

According to Tiffin owner and local, Wayne Sharp, Peak foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains is October 12 -15. He suggests taking the Mt. Washington Auto Road by car or The Mount Washington Cog Railway for phenomenal views.

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Cumberland Mountain State Park, Tennessee

There’s so much about Tennessee that’s perfect for your autumn bucket list. You could spend the entire season in Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg, but owner Scott McKoin recommends Cumberland Mountain State Park. There are 33 RV sites to choose from and plenty of hiking, fishing, boating, horseback riding, swimming, and rock climbing to go around.

✓ Full-Hookup ✓ Kid-Friendly ✓ Pets Allowed ✗ Wifi Available

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