The Green Living Guy is on the startup on a mission. So it helps all to get all of America. I mean outside to experience the vibrant fall leaves. I love foliage. My favorite time of year! So this awesome interactive map is here. For that lets you see when and where the leaves are changing!
SEE HIPCAMP’S FALL FOLIAGE MAP:
It’s the official start of fall. Moreover and the harbinger of shorter days. Thereby making it one of the best times of year to go outside.
https://www.hipcamp.com/discover]—a startup that creates new places to stay in nature. All by unlocking access to beautiful private lands. For that’s such as nature preserves. Also farms and ranches. Aside from their cool interactive map which I really like. So Hipcamp has hand-picked a few unique nature stays or places to go. All in America’s top 5 leaf-viewing regions.
Each campground hyperlinked below also contains multiple discrete campsites.
#1. THE FINGER LAKES
Shiitake Mushroom Camp: New York
Camp out on a working woodland mushroom farm! Located within 3 miles of the Finger Lakes National Forest. For Hawk Meadow Farm includes over 60 acres of woods. Also fields and a pristine stream. There are 2 quiet, spacious and private campsites available on the property. A generous supply of dry firewood is included. All with your booking. We believe that a good fire is a prerequisite…
Sanctuary in the Woods: New York
Choose a cozy teepee or a double-bed platform.
#2. THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS
Beechwood Cabin Tent
Earthseed: Smoky Mt. Sanctuary
Enjoy a 12-foot-high tent and also a babbling creek.
#3. THE ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS
Adirondack Little Star: New York
Elevated camping in a covered cabin!
> Adirondack Glamping: New York
#4. THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
Crow Creek Farm: North Carolina
Enjoy a breakfast of fresh eggs. All from the farm’s chickens.
Apple Orchard Tent Camping: North Carolina
Camp on a grassy knoll. Moreover overlooking gorgeous yellow leaves.
Onion River Campground: Vermont
In the fall, these green mountains dazzle. For they turn to colors like shades of yellow and orange.
Hidden Meadow Tent Site: Vermont
Wander over a bridge. All to your own private campsite.
SEE HIPCAMP’S FALL FOLIAGE MAP: www.hipcamp.com/discover/fall-foliage-map