Fall is my absolute favorite season of the year. And this post is going to be all about the must see RV Parks in the Fall. It is the time of year that you can bundle up in a nice overly comfy sweater and wear the cutest boots. But also the time of year you don’t have to wear a jacket to cover up that comfy sweater! One of the things I am looking forward to when I become a full-time RVer is the freedom to travel where I want when I want. In the fall, it will be in the Northeast! Have you ever been in the New England area in the fall? Seeing the leaves change are beautiful in general but in the Northeast New England region? Stunning!
Just imagine, sitting outside with the stars above you. Nope, rain doesn’t exist in my world! Sitting with friends around a bonfire, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows for smores. Sounds like the perfect evening, doesn’t it??? Yes, my friends and family should be aware, I’m stealing them occasionally, so they best have some long weekends! Because if I am going to see these must see RV Parks in the Fall? They’re going to join me so we can have a great time!
So, without further ado, let’s see the must-see RV Parks in the Fall around the US that made the list! :
Woodford State Park is located in Bennington, VT. They are open between Memorial Day and Columbus Day. There are 76 RV/Tent sites & 20 lean to’s. They have beautiful hiking trails. For water lovers, there is a designated swimming location, boat rentals, stand up paddle boarding and fishing. Picnics? No problem!
Pawtuckaway State Park is located in Nottingham, NH. They are open from May 1st to October 31st. This is a dry campground, so no alcohol is permitted. But, hey! Don’t let that stop you! It’s a beautiful site and you will love to stay here in the fall to enjoy the beautiful fall foliage! They also offer boating, hiking, water activities. However, they do state that the swimming area reaches capacity on the weekends and holidays early in the day. When that happens, they close the area off to new swimmers.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park is located in Quarryville, PA. I have to give a shout out to my home state of course! Quarryville isn’t too far from me, so I know this area is absolutely stunning in the fall! And Jellystone Park has a lot of great things planned for the fall. No state can do it up right like Pennsylvania :). The campsites have fire rings, picnic tables, water, and bathhouses for your convenience. There are also electric and cable hookups, sewers for those who are RV camping. If tent camping isn’t your thing, they also have fully hooked up cabins. This is a family-friendly campground that offers a wide variety of fun things to do for all ages!
Copper John’s Resort is located in Bull Shoal’s, AR. I visited here several years ago with family and we had the absolute best time! They are not a state park. Actually, they used to be permanent residences. However, they now service people who are coming through or have been there previously and keep coming back. Family members of mine are annual visitors. Some staying as long as a month to three months. They do offer 26 RV hookup’s, mobile home rentals and cabin rentals. You can walk down to the water to go fishing, canoeing or kayaking. When the water level rises, it moves pretty quick, so you do have to be careful!
I know there are many more must see RV parks in the fall to visit, but as I am still in my research phase of the RV Lifestyle, what parks would you add to this list that new RVer’s need to see?