Ready for Autumn? Here Are the Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont in the Fall

Can you even believe that summer is winding away and fall is right around the corner? Vermont is well known for some of the most beautiful autumn colors in the United States, so even though summer vacations are coming to a close, start planning a trip in September or October to see some of the top 5 things to do in Vermont in the fall.

Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont

You’ll have the best vacation ever in your new or used RV during the most beautiful time of year for Vermont!

Maple Syrup Tour

The same tree that’s responsible for the majority of Vermont’s beautiful color in the fall is responsible for the best syrup you’ll taste! Make a plan to visit a maple syrup farm in Vermont. Many maple syrup farms in Vermont allow tours so you can see how the trees are tapped and the syrup is produced.

Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont

It’s a sweet, heavenly experience you’ll never forget! Try a host of maple products besides syrup! Make sure to try maple candy, sugar, fudge, and more.

Covered Bridges

Vermont is also well known for its covered bridges. A quick internet search will yield a map of the most iconic covered bridges in Vermont.

Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont

These make for beautiful photo opportunities, and the gorgeous autumn trees framing the bridge will make it even more striking.

Hiking, Biking, and Sailing

Enjoy a day on Lake Champlain, a beautiful freshwater lake! Lake Champlain also crosses the Canada-U.S. border, with the United States side contained by New York and Vermont. Go on a private charter boat and enjoy the sunset over Lake Champlain – you’ll never forget it!

Top 5 Things to Do in Vermont

Enjoy hiking? Enjoy an afternoon at Quechee Gorge. Breathe in the crisp Vermont air and make sure you bring your camera. The gorge is a beautiful stop with viewing spots from the U.S. Route 4 bridge but also includes trails on both sides. The Ottauquechee River flows through the bottom of the gorge and is a favorite whitewater kayaking spot.

And if biking is your thing, don’t miss the Burlington bike path. This is an easy, family-friendly bike path converted from the Central Vermont Railway in the 1970s. You’ll cross parks and beaches, and you’ll definitely want to stop along the way to take pictures of the beautiful views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains!

 

At the end of the day spent seeing the sights and breathing in the crisp, cool, autumn air, you’ll want to return home to your new or used RV and kick on the fireplace. Cozy up with a warm chai tea and watch a favorite movie. Personally, I’ve always loved vacations in the fall even more than the summer, and enjoying the top 5 things to do in Vermont in the fall is no exception. If you have any questions about our new or used RVs for sale, contact us today. We can help you pick out exactly what you need for your perfect vacation any time of the year!

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