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If you’re planning an upcoming glamping trip—or if you’d like to try glamping for the first time—it might be difficult to find the perfect location. To make your decision easier, we’ve chosen five of the best places to visit in the fall. From discovering all the awesome things to do in Texas hill country to a romantic getaway in Oregon, far from the madding crowd, there are a number of amazing vacation destinations throughout the USA that offer something for everyone. So keep reading, and start planning the perfect fall getaway for you, your family, or even a romantic getaway with that special someone.
Escape to Silverton, Oregon, one of the best places to visit in the fall
It’s hard to believe someone living in the Pacific Northwest would need an escape to nature when so much of the region is made up of incredible natural landscape. Still, nature calls, and glamping is the perfect way to experience the areas outside of the hipster haven of Portland.
This unique cottage rental in Silverton, Oregon, puts you directly in touch with the nature around you. The greenhouse-style dwelling has floor-to-ceiling windows broken up only by cedar support beams, so you can see the lush trees surrounding the place. If that’s not enough to sell you, consider the fact that there’s a hot tub inside of the house, and we’re pretty sure you’ll be booking your weekend here ASAP for the perfect, romantic getaway this fall.
There’s nothing quite so dreamy as this level of seclusion at this Oregon cottage.
Go to Spicewood and stay in one of the best eco-cabin rentals in Texas
Just outside the hustle-and-bustle of Austin, you’ll find this peaceful cabin. Rentals in Texas like this eco-friendly offering, nestled in a community that centers upon serenity are the perfect way to enjoy all the things to do in Texas. Once you book your stay, you can also sign up for yoga classes and a massage package to make your experience all the more relaxing.
Even if you don’t sign up for extras, you can take advantage of the communal Floating Cabin, which is a great perch for reading and spotting wildlife. You can also swim and kayak from the Floating Cabin’s edge, too! After a fall getaway in Texas Hill Country, you’re sure to want a return trip.
Get ready for a relaxing yoga retreat at this Texas glamping gem.
Discover the best things to do in South Dakota in the fall
The home and namesake of the HBO TV series, Deadwood should top the list of anyone’s things to do in South Dakota. Add a stay in a log cabin rental near Deadwood itself, and this very quickly becomes one of the best places to visit in fall. Nestled away in the stunning Black Hills National Forest, you can also look forward to visiting spots such as Spearfish where you’ll find a deep, narrow canyon with waterfalls and a fast-flowing creek. Surrounded by woodland, it’s the perfect chance to see some of the country’s most stunning fall foliage in all of its glory.
A cozy log cabin stay is just what the doctor called for in South Dakota.
Check out the wineries and countryside in Sonoma County this fall
Glamping in California is a unique experience. From the beaches and mountains to the national parks and of course, wine country, there are so many things to do in California for a fall vacation. Vacation rentals and cabin rentals in California don’t come much better than these unique rentals near Petaluma, California, and they also get you in the heart of Sonoma County.
Of course, being that you’re in Sonoma County, it would be a shame to miss the area’s best wineries, one of the best things to do in Sonoma County. You can also drive to many of the Bay Area’s natural highlights, including Point Reyes National Seashore. Or consider yourself “outdoorsy” by grabbing a glass of wine, cracking open a book, and reading while sitting in an actual treetop—the choice is yours.
Go to New York, one of the best places to visit in fall for fall foliage
If you’re glamping with friends, a trip to Woodstock, New York, could be in the cards. This historic mill—built along both Cooper Lake and Sawkill Streams in the 1800s—sleeps four and has all of the comforts of home, including a gas fireplace. From this unique rental, you can explore all the incredible fall foliage, and New York is certainly one of the best places to visit in the fall to enjoy a fall vacation taking in the stunning golds and orange colors in the trees at this time of year.
And, while the Woodstock Festival no longer takes place in this town, it’s still a popular destination for artists of all mediums. You can take a break from outdoor pursuits by exploring the thriving local cultural scene to see it for yourself. Otherwise, the mountains, waterfalls, and hikes to both will give you the taste of beautiful nature you seek.
This waterfront rental is the perfect Upstate New York destination from which to enjoy the fall foliage.
Author Bio: Kacey is a lifestyle blogger for The Drifter Collective, an eclectic lifestyle blog that expresses various forms of style through the influence of culture and the world around us. Kacey graduated with a degree in Communications while working for a lifestyle magazine. She has been able to fully embrace herself with the knowledge of nature, the power of exploring other locations and cultures, all while portraying her love for the world around her through her visually pleasing, culturally embracing, and inspiring posts.