Five Fall Drive Destinations

As summer has come to a close, we can now turn our attention to various fall activities. There's a lot of variety when it comes to activities during this season, but one thing that everyone can enjoy is watching the leaves turn into an array of red, yellow, brown, and gold. If you want to plan a road trip to see some fall scenery, you're in luck. The Best Fall Foliage Trips in the U.S. was recently published in The Huffington Post can should give you a few ideas. Below we have listed four of the selections from their list:

  • Michigan's Upper Peninsula: There are over 20 forested state parks in the state's upper peninsula, allowing you to see several types of trees in fantastic fall colors. You will also come across many photo opportunities with over 300 waterfalls and 40 lighthouses in the peninsula.
  • Green Mountain Byway: This byway is a short 20-minute drive between Stowe and Waterbury, VT. During the drive, you'll see maple, beech, and birch trees that are scattered along a drive you will never forget.
  • Glacier National Park: Over one million acres of open land, lakes, and mountain ranges can be experienced at this national park in Montana and Canada. Fall is typically the perfect time to visit this park and avoid major crowds.
  • Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway: The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway is an 83-mile loop that is well-known for having aspens that turn a dark-yellow color. There are several activities nearby, including biking, horseback riding, golf, hiking, and camping.

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So pick a destination, grab your calendar, and find the time for you and your family to enjoy an incredible fall vacation in one of these areas. But first, bring your vehicle into Christian Brothers Automotive in Knoxville to make sure it is ready to handle the drive.