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The 15 Best Places in the US for Fall Camping

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Here are our 15 favorite places to pitch a tent for fall camping.

Autumn isn’t the time of year to pack away your tent; it’s the time to get out and explore. With the brisk weather and changing tree colors, fall camping is some of the best camping you can do all year. With that in mind, we put together a list of the most idyllic places in the US for fall camping. From scenic mountain vistas to oceanside views, these are some of the most beautiful places in the country. When the fall rolls around, these incredible locations burst with colors and cool weather.

 

15) Great Smokey Mountains National Park, Tennessee

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Photo: Anne Hornyak

 

14) Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

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13) Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

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Photo: John Fowler

 

12) Big Sur National Park, California

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11) Canyonlands National Park, Utah

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Photo: John Fowler

 

10) Ozark National Forest, Arkansas

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Photo: Oakley Originals

 

9) Yosemite National Park, California

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8) Big Bend National Park, Texas

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7) White Mountain National Forest

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Photo: Roger H. Goun

 

6) Green Mountain National Forest

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5) Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming

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4) Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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3) Glacier National Park, Montana

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2) Zion National Park, Utah

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1) Acadia National Park, Maine

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Photo: National Park Service

 

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The 15 Best Places in the US for Fall Camping