5 Destinations to Visit This Fall (That Won’t Break the Bank)

As fall descends upon us it brings fresh apple cider, cooler weather, beautiful colors, and weekend getaways! The best part is that you don’t have to travel very far to experience the beauty of fall across the U.S. Here are some of my favorite places to visit in the fall to enjoy those crisp autumn days. (P.S. at the bottom theres a discount code to save money on your next weekend getaway!!!)

Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia

photo from flickr.com by The Sidlingers

The Blue Ridge Mountains stretch from Georgia all the way up to Tennessee. The cabins in the woods (sounds like a scary movie, huh?) in Georgia are absolutely GORGEOUS. There is also a small town called Ellijay, a few mins away that has an annual apple festival in the fall. The biking trails are another must do, as well!

The Berkshires, Massachusetts

photo from flickr.com by Lam Szeto

For those who love cool weather, Massachusetts is always a good getaway destination. Even in the summer the weather is typically sunny with a constant, cool breeze. Enjoying the Berkshires in the fall can be as simple as relaxing at a bed and breakfast, taking a hike in the beautiful mountains, or attending one of the many fall festivals in the area.

San Francisco, California

photo from flickr.com by Eric Broder Van Dyke

Visiting San Francisco is a good choice anytime of year, but visiting in the fall means smaller crowds and less tourists, while still having nice weather to experience all the city has to offer. While there, take a short drive to Apple Hill in Sacramento because nothing says fall like apple cider, a pumpkin patch, donuts, and caramel apples!

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Smoky Mountains

Photo from flickr.com by Michael Boylan

Tennessee is one of my favorite places to visit. As a Floridian, I have learned to really appreciate destinations that are less humid. Activities in Smoky Mountains include horseback riding, rafting, many amusement parks including Dollywood, and my absolute favorite activity is watching the sky become a canvas as the sunrise and sunset paint across it.

Denver, Colorado

Photo by Zeke Weeks from flickr.com

Not only does Denver boast some of the most beautiful fall foliage in the country, the city also has a laundry list of festivals all season long! From Oktoberfest, Film Festivals, to Pumpkinfest, to Beerfest theres something fun for everyone in the Mile High City!

A quick google or AirBnB search will bring you to many lodging options for the locations listed above, including beautiful fully furnished houses, cabins and chalets overlooking the mountains and lakes. While you’re at it, save 40$ INSTANTLY on your next AirBnB booking. Click HERE to save instantly!

Where are you traveling, or would like to travel this fall? Let me know in the comments! Happy Travels!

featured image by Aurelio Firmo from flickr.com

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Hi! I'm Diam, a 24 year old Ohio native who lives in Florida and is obsessed with all things travel! I've explored 30 states, 10 countries and many many islands all while knocking big adventures off of my bucket list! I hope to inspire you to start searching for travel deals (theres tons) & remember, you don't have to be rich to travel!

13 thoughts on “5 Destinations to Visit This Fall (That Won’t Break the Bank)

      1. I’m currently in Sweden and it feels like all of fall happened in a day. We went from +17 C weather to -1 C in 2 days, so I’m also dreaming of fall weather haha.


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