Best National Parks to Visit in the Fall

The best national parks for fall vacations

Summer 2020, like every summer before it, has flown by. However, just because summer is ending and the kids will be back to school soon, doesn’t mean that vacations are over as well. Whether you want to plan a weekend family trip, or a longer vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the city, there are some amazing destinations to head to. Some of the best national parks in the country are ideal for a fall vacation. With the arrival of fall, you can look forward to exploring the top national parks in the country without too many other people around, so you can indulge in a secluded getaway staying in some amazing vacation homes for rent. From iconic parks like Yosemite to the lesser know like the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, we’ve put together a list of some of the best national parks to explore for the best fall vacations in 2020, so keep reading and start planning your own fall getaway.

Discover the best things to do in Sequoia National Forest

Set in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, Sequoia National Forest is named after its enormous sequoia trees, including the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree in the world, standing at a massive 275 feet. In Sequoia National Forest, camping cabins give you a cozy spot to stay while totally immersing you in the stunning natural beauty of the park. Aside from admiring the incredible, gigantic trees in the national park, things to do in Sequoia National Forest include hiking up to Moro Rock with incredible views over Sequoia, exploring the Crystal Cave, and heading over to the neighboring Kings Canyon with the stunning Roaring River Falls.

Explore the Sequoia National Forest

The best national parks in Washington for fall vacations

There are a number of places to visit in Washington boasting a plethora of stunning areas of natural beauty, perfect year-round for vacations and getaways. Perfect for fall vacations, the national parks in Washington are filled with hiking and biking trails and are sure to get you away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you decide to go glamping in the Olympic National Park, or you want to take in the vistas of Mount Shuksan in the North Cascades National Park, cabin rentals in the parks give you the perfect opportunity to really experience the great outdoors while still enjoying comfortable, cozy accommodation.

Mount Shuksan in the North Cascades National Park, one of the best national parks in Washington

Visit Zion National Park for the best fall vacations in Utah

Whether you’re looking for cheap getaways or something with a touch of luxury, then look no further. Zion National Park is famous for its outstanding landscapes of canyons, rivers, and red rock formations, vacations in Utah don’t come much better than this. In Zion National Park, hikes take you across the varying terrains and to the best possible vistas in Zion National Park. Secluded getaways in the fall here also give you the chance to enjoy one of the many other things to do in Zion National Park. Explore the Narrows, hike the Canyon Overlook Trail, or enjoy scenic drives along the Zion Canyon for the best fall vacations in 2020.

Zion National Park, ideal for vacations in Utah

Mammoth Cave National Park, one of the best national parks in Kentucky

For the best fall vacations in Kentucky, a visit to Mammoth Cave National Park is sure to keep everyone entertained. Mammoth Cave tours give you the opportunity to really enjoy exploring these impressive geological structures and are undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Mammoth Cave National Park. Camping cabins, tree houses, and more give visitors to the national the park the chance to enjoy a getaway of glamping, surrounded by the incredible Kentucky great outdoors for a truly memorable fall vacation.

A Mammoth Cave tour in Kentucky
Photo from NPCA Photos

Best places to go in Ohio; Cuyahoga Valley National Park

When you’re looking for places to go in Ohio, look no further than the stunning Cuyahoga Valley National Park. From the Brandywine Falls to hiking along the Virginia Kendall Ledges, there are plenty of things to do in the Cuyahoga National Park. A journey along the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad is a great way to see the stunning natural beauty of the national park in a unique way. To make your stay n the Cuyahoga National Park even more memorable, book a say in one of our glamping rentals. Cuyahoga Valley National Park awaits!

The Brandy Wine Falls in Ohio

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