16 Best Road Trips to See Fall Foliage

It's that time of year! Fall foliage is here, or it's coming, and it's a site to see. But you don't have to go to New England to enjoy it. These 16 road trips around the country also work!

Yup fall foliage in the heart of the midwest! If you live nearby or are planning to drive around, be sure to swing by here and catch the colors.

Pig Trail Byway (Arkansas)

Yes, fall does exist in the west! You'll see red & orange leaves  against a backdrop of evergreen trees. This Highway is also  leads to the volcanic Mt. Shasta!.

Everitt Memorial Highway (California)

A 41-mile loop through Chattahoochee National Forest. It offers stunning views of fall foliage & opportunities for hiking, camping, and fishing.

Russell-Brasstown Scenic Byway (Georgia)

This spans nearly 150 miles from Ottawa, IL, to Havana, IL. You’ll see beautiful forests and charming small towns along your drive.

Illinois River Road (Illinois)

Stone Valley Scenic Byway (Vermont)

This winds through mountains, offering fall foliage & wildlife views. It also has swimming, boating, camping, hiking, biking, and picnicking stops.

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