Is anyone ready for summer’s end yet? Even if you still haven’t had enough fun in the sun, it’s still not too soon to be making plans for the fall. After all, you really don’t want to leave things to the last minute and fall behind in your travel planning. So, in order to assist you with your autumn adventure itinerary

Here are the 21 best places to see fantastic fall foliage in the USA.  

1.  Bar Harbor, Maine

Beautiful Bar Harbor is reported to be a regular “hotbed of activity” in the middle of October. That’s because not only are tourists flocking there to take in the briny, sea air but also to see the colorful autumn foliage.

After taking in the trees, you can also browse in the numerous quaint, little boutique shops downtown, and visit Acadia National Park. There you can go bird watching, hiking, kayaking, or even whale watching as well.

2.  The Ozark National Forest, Arkansas

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The outstanding Ozark National Forest features over 1.2 million acres of superlative scenery. If you are interested in seeing the fall foliage here at its very peak then the best time to be here is during the month of October.

Here there is a lot of room to take a leisurely stroll through the striking fall shades of red, gold, and orange. When you’ve had your share of shooting pictures of the lovely leaves, you can explore the magnificent mountains, parks, rivers, and springs here too.

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