Tips for RVing in the Fall

Don’t give up on the RVing season yet! RVing in the fall is a terrific time to get out and enjoy the cooler temps!Hiking in a Winnebago View

  1. Pack Layers – Fall is prime season for unpredictable weather. You can check the daily weather forecast and try to prepare for it, but need to that conditions changing is always a possibility. Packing clothing layers helps with fluctuating temperatures throughout the day, from cool mornings to warm afternoons and chilly nights. This tried-and-true strategy allows the whole family to stay comfortable by adding or removing layers the weather or your activity level changes.
  2. Fill Up Your Propane – Don’t leave home without a full tank of propane. We all know that nothing uses up propane in the RV more than the heater, and you’re going to need it at night. While many campgrounds offer propane, they charge a premium for the convenience.
  3. Properly Inflate Tires – This is often an overlooked item, but you’ve got a lot riding on your tires. Did you know that for every 10 degrees of temperature drop, your tires can lose one to two pounds of pressure? It is important to keep your tires within the recommended inflation to maintain traction, handling and durability. The most important thing is the safety of you and your family. We also tend to pack quite a bit of gear, and under-inflation has an impact on carrying capacity, which is the greatest amount of weight your vehicle can safely haul.
  4. Be Prepared for Shorter Camping Days – We get spoiled camping in the summer with long stretches of daylight and have to be prepared to adjust for our fall trips. The first consideration is arrival time at the campground. No one likes to set up their campsite after dark. Things can get tricky when you can’t see well. Plan ahead to be sure you’re taking the earlier sunset into account. Try the weather channel app to get the accurate sunrise and sunset times. Also, pack a few flashlights or lanterns in case you’re unexpectedly delayed. Even better, a good headlamp allows you to have full use of your hands while lighting your way.
  5. Get Ready for the Campfire – One of the best ways to enjoy cooler evenings is sitting around the warmth of a campfire. Obviously, every good fire needs some s’mores, so pack the graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate. Even more importantly, don’t forget the sticks!
  6. Take a Trip Close to Home – You don’t have to travel far to have fun! If the kids are in school or you can’t get away from work, you can still enjoy an amazing weekend camping trip close to home. You may feel like you know your local area pretty well, but sometimes we miss the hidden treasures right under our noses. Even better, staying close to home with save you money on one of the most expensive aspects of RV travel: fuel.

Fall is a great time to pack up the RV and enjoy a great weekend of camping!

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Family-Friendly Fall RVing Destinations

There are several family-friendly destinations for RVing. We chose some of our favorites from across the United States!

Winnebago View RVing in the Fall

Steamboat Springs, CO – Catch the changing of the leaves in all their glory in Steamboat Springs, Colo. Nestled in the Yampa Valley, Steamboat Springs is an unspoiled mountain town where your trip is more affordable than Aspen or Vail, but offers similar breathtaking views.

Steamboat Springs offers two year-round hot springs. Strawberry Park Hot Springs is located seven miles from downtown Steamboat and is surrounded by yellow aspens during the fall. There are multiple pools with various temperatures. Old Town Hot Springs features eight natural mineral pools, 230-foot water slides and a fitness center. Located downtown, this location promises family fun for everyone.

As for outdoor activities, a variety of trails are perfect for hikers and bikers alike, while the Yampa River is a fly-fishing haven. The Steamboat Lake State Park offers trout fishing below Hahn’s Peak. The 4-mile Emerald Mountain Quarry Trail offers glimpses of Mt. Werner and the downtown area. Or find yourself on top of the Continental Divide on the six-mile Rabbit Ears Peak Trail.

Looking to relax? Downtown Steamboat offers dining and shopping options for all tastes.

Quechee State Park, VT – The East Coast is known for its colors in the fall, and to leave an East Coast destination off an autumn list of RV trips just wouldn’t be right. One of the best places to view the changing leaves is Quechee State Park.

While you are there take in the views of the Quechee Gorge. Vermont’s deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity about 13,000 years ago, you can view the Ottauquechee River flowing 165 feet below. The river offers brook trout, rainbow trout and brown trout fishing, as well as the Quechee Gorge Trail.

Visit the nearby Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS) Nature Center which offers live special educational bird programs, exhibits, nature trails and avian rehab in action. Another nearby attraction is Sugarbush Farm. Visit a working Vermont farm that offers free admission, free samples and the chance to visit with real farmers. Those who left reviews recommend trying the maple syrup and cheese

Willamette Valley, OR – Visit Willamette Valley, Ore., for a taste of all things fall. Willamette Valley truly celebrates the autumn season, with festivals and events nearly every weekend. Septemberfest, Sublimity Harvest Festival, Oktoberfest, Barn Dance at the Oregon Garden and Corvallis Craft Beer Week are just some of the events that take place.

For those who enjoy a glass of vino, the Carlton Winemakers Studio in Willamette Valley is a must stop. A communal concept, various boutique winemakers use the space to create unique and experimental wines with state-of-the-art equipment, while sharing the cost of production.

Other wineries such as August Cellars, Day Camp and Southeast Wine Collective are just a few of the options for travelers to stop in. Aside from a great glass, vineyards create a beautiful autumn landscape.

Coloma, MI – Take a trip to Coloma, Mich., where you’re near Lake Michigan and fall fun. At Lake Michigan you can relax on white sand beaches, visit lighthouses or spend the day kayaking and paddle boarding. If you’re feeling adventurous, travel the Paw Paw River Water Trail that runs 66 miles through a wildlife rich floodplain forest corridor through Van Buren and Berrien Counties.

In the heart of Michigan’s fruit country, visit u-pick farms, fruit markets, and enjoy picking apples from an orchard and a cup of cider. There are also award-winning vineyards nearby. Take everyone to Jollay Orchards, a family friendly farm where kids and parents alike can enjoy the best fruit Michigan has to offer.

Glacier National Park, MT – Many people think visiting Montana means a trip through Yellowstone National Park. And while that is a great trip to take, one of Montana’s lesser-known jewels is Glacier National Park.

While you’re there, make sure you travel Going-to-the-Sun Road. The road spans 50 miles, crossing the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. While on the road you will see glaciers, valleys, waterfalls, mountains and colorful wildflowers. Most visitors also witness wildlife sightings on the trip.

Glacier offers hiking, ranger-led programs, guided tours, beautiful scenery for photographers, biking, fishing, boating and other special events depending on the time of the year. Since the high elevations here can mean early snow, Glacier National Park makes a perfect early fall destination – keep this in mind when planning.

Special places to visit in the park include Lake McDonald Valley, Many Glacier, St. Mary, Two Medicine, North Fork and Goat Haunt.

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Fall RVing Packing List

Whether you are ready for it or not, the Fall Season will soon be upon us. Just because the temperature is changing doesn’t mean your RVing fun needs to come to an end. It may just mean you need to pack a little differently than you did for warmer weather and perhaps arrive at your campsite a bit earlier in the day to get set up before the earlier fall sunsets. In the fall, depending on your location, freezing temps in the morning, can turn into mid 70’s by afternoon, so you need to be prepared for a little bit of everything!

Top Fall RVing Must Haves

Fall Rving Must Haves

LAYER UP/CLOTHINGPrepare for Rain, Wind and the Morning Chill

  1. Light Jacket (i.e. fleece and puffer jackets) that are wind and water resistant
  2. Rain Pants
  3. Mid and Outer Layers including a moisture-wicking base layer
  4. Waterproof/Hiking boots
  5. A backup pair of Shoes (if you don’t want to spend the day in boots)
  6. Warm Socks
  7. Hand and Foot Warmers
  8. Warm Hat – (heat escapes through your head so the easiest way to stay warm is to put on a hat)
  9. Gloves/Mittens
  10. Thermal Underwear dependent on what outdoor activities you have planned
  11. And…don’t forget your favorite sports team apparel! Be sure to pack your apparel supporting your favorite team to ensure you are ready for the game (or to watch a rerun of an old game, depending how the season unfolds.)

CAMPING GEAR

  1. Insulated cup for hot beverages and some cool weather eats such as hot cocoa, soup, chili
  2. Additional Blanket for Bed/s and throw blankets
  3. Bug Spray (‘tis the season)
  4. Backpack – Fall is a great time to go exploring, so if you don’t already have a travel bag in the coach, now’s the time to throw one in.
  5. Sunscreen – Ensure you still have sunscreen in the coach for those warm fall afternoons
  6. Ensure your First Aid Kit remains stocked after Summer Travels
  7. Lantern or portable light source if plan on traveling any distance from your and some extra batteries to ensure you are prepared for shorter days.
  8. Binoculars –Fall is a great time to see wildlife.
  9. Bring a couple of extra towels or something to dry any of the items you may have left outdoors overnight that may be wet by AM with rain or frost.
  10. Water – It is easy to get dehydrated with cooler, dryer temperatures so be sure to drink plenty of water.
  11. If you decide to light a campfire – don’t assume you’ll be able to find dry kindling and logs to get your fire started. Get from your campground or bring along some items to get your fire started.

As always with RVing, a little planning ahead goes a long way in ensuring an enjoyable trip. So don’t let Fall mean the end of your camping season, Layer up and enjoy!

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5 Reasons You Should Go RVing in the Fall

Fall is a great time for an RV adventure. Just because the temperatures drop doesn’t mean that your RV trips have to stop! Here are our 5 reasons why you should go RVing in the Fall – RVing in the Fall

Changing Leaves – The orange, yellow and red hues of autumn have a way of making everything feel cozy. With the tracking apps and websites, it is easier than it has ever been to find the exact dates when the fall foliage is at its most beautiful. For those of you who full-time or have travel flexibility, you may want to follow the leaves as they change throughout the United States – starting early September thru late November.

Cooler Hiking Temperatures –  Heading out on the trail can really be a magical experience during this time of the year. Often you’ll find trails full of vivid gold, red and orange foliage, and it’s also not uncommon to find the trails less crowded than during spring and summer. We’ve gone hiking on many popular trails at State Parks and had the entire place to ourselves — it’s like having your own wilderness playground!

Fewer Crowds – Popular camping areas are often crowded during peak camping weekends during the summertime. Often, other popular recreational activities and destinations are also crowded with other campers. Fewer people camp and RV during the fall, and fewer people often means discounted prices, less noise, and a more secluded camping experience.

No Bugs – Mosquitoes, gnats and flies can ruin a good experience in record time. Luckily for fall campers, insects have usually ended their relentless attacks so you can enjoy things like hiking your favorite trails, relaxing on the RV deck, or hanging out at night just watching the stars.

Cozy Campfires – Campfires are extra cozy in the cooler temperatures. You can layer up with blankets and sit next to a fire with a warm beverage and enjoy the beauty of an autumn evening. RVing in the Fall

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Take in Natural Beauty with Fall RV Trips

Every fall, nature puts on a natural fireworks display of colorful leaves and foliage decorating entire forests full of trees. This display is breathtaking every single year, and some years with the perfect kind of weather can be truly remarkable. However, to fully appreciate the splendor of fall foliage, you need to be in the right place at the right time.

Here are some of the best fall RV trips you can take to be completely amazed at just how colorful nature can really be.

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, namely the park’s Skyline Drive, is one of the nation’s premier fall RV trips for people who want to see fall foliage. The Skyline Drive is a 105-mile National Scenic Byway that twists and winds through the over 200,000 pristine acres that makes up Shenandoah National Park. In addition to the stunning scenery, Shenandoah offers plenty of other outdoor activities as well.

Acadia National Park, Maine

The northeast region of the country has some of the best fall foliage in the world and Acadia National Park in Maine does not disappoint. One of the best roads to take in the park during the peak of the fall colors is called Park Loop Road. Park Loop Road is 27 miles of stunning roadway that offers views of Maine’s shores, coastal forests and mountain peaks. Make sure to remember your camera for this fall RV trip, because it will definitely be one to remember.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

The Great Smoky Mountains are a beautiful place to visit any time of the year, but autumn makes the region truly stand out. Luckily, visitors have the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to help them enjoy the natural wonders of the area. The best time of year for fall colors here is from mid-October to November. This is when the most colorful trees are on full display. Drive Clingmans Dome Road or the Foothills Parkway for great views. The jewel of the area, though, has to be the Blue Ridge Parkway. You could even drive it all the way to Shenandoah National Park for the best fall RV trip of all time!

Make sure to do a little research when planning your fall RV trip in order to make sure you go at the peak time for fall colors in your chosen region. Most park websites will have up to date information on the quality of fall colors as peak times can change from year to year. After going on a fall RV trip, you might just make it a yearly tradition!

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5 Fabulous Fall RV Destinations

Fall is the perfect time to plan an RV adventure. Crisp air, warm campfires, stunning foliage — what’s not to love? If you need ideas, check out these five fall camping hotspots:

Quechee State Park, Vermont

New England states are famous for their fall foliage, none more so than Vermont. At Quechee State Park, visitors enjoy stunning views of Vermont’s deepest gorge, Quechee Gorge, which is 165 feet deep. The Ottauquechee River runs through the gorge and is known for its whitewater kayaking opportunities. Plan to stay a while and check out the many nearby attractions while you’re in town.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee

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Photo: Matthew Paulson/Flickr

One of the most popular parks for leaf-peeping in the South, Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers beautiful drives with an abundance of scenic overlooks that keep visitors coming back year after year. This park offers plenty of choices. It has ten developed campgrounds and a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Some can’t-miss spots here are Clingmans Dome, Cataloochee Valley, Cades Cove and Roaring Fork.

Aspen, Colorado

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Photo: Marko Forsten/Flickr

As its name suggests, Aspen, Colorado, is full of the spindly, white-barked trees that color the mountainous state in beautiful reds, oranges and yellows every autumn. Here, visitors can see the Maroon Bells, which are said to be among the most photographed mountains in North America. This is a destination that is all about being active outdoors, no matter the season. Fall visitors can take full advantage of the camping, climbing and biking opportunities Aspen has to offer.

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

For a heaping dose of American history coupled with gorgeous autumn scenery, look no further than Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Visit the historic battlefield and drive through Gettysburg National Military Park to see where some of the most significant events of the Civil War unfolded. Choose from a variety of RV parks nearby to set up camp.

Glacier National Park, Montana

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Photo: Tom Bricker/Flickr

Once you lay eyes on this unspoiled, pristine mountain paradise, you will see why it’s known as “Crown of the Continent.” The land is teeming with wildlife, including the mountain goat, Glacier National Park’s official symbol. Leaves begin to change color in mid-September, and gnewen larch trees create a brilliant, warm contrast to the rocky, snow-capped mountains. Starting in September, after the park’s busy summer season is over, attendance drops off and wildlife becomes more active, making autumn an excellent time to visit for campers who crave solitude in nature. Unlike many leaf-peeping destinations on the East Coast, you don’t even need to make reservations here during fall.

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Tips for Fall RVing

It may seem natural, as you’re packing away the flip-flops and bathing suits at summer’s end, to pack away the RV, too. In locations where the temps drop in autumn, however, you may also see a drop in campground rental rates, crowds and insect populations. Those three reasons alone should have avid RVers prepping the motorhome for another trip.

Ready to give a new season a try? A few simple tips will ensure your first (or fifteenth) foray into fall is a success.

Pick The Right Fall Destination

The number one must-have for fall camping is the perfect destination. Here are a few things to consider as you choose your vacation location:

Average autumn climate plays a big part in knowing where to camp this fall. Asheville, North Carolina, for example, is a fantastic fall camping destination and generally sees highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s in September, dropping to the 60s and 40s by the end of October. That makes for perfect cool weather hiking and serious snuggling by the fire.

Southern Utah’s Canyonlands National Park, on the other hand, is less predictable, with high temps ranging from 60s to 80s and lows from 30 to 50. But what a glorious place it is, and with the right planning, it can become your favorite fall camping destination! Bottom Line: Do your homework and pack for the weather no matter your autumn camping spot.

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Favorite autumn activities should also be considered as you choose where to camp. Do you like to hike, fish or paddle? Does leaf peeping thrill your soul? There are perfect places to do all those things in autumn, so get online or check with local campgrounds about fall adventures in your target area.

Here’s some extra motivation for planning outdoor recreation on your fall camping trip: There’s a world of difference between trail running in August and a cool, crisp run in October. Use cooler weather to move you toward your next goal, whether it’s miles hiked, elevation scaled or hours spent fishing from a kayak.

Campsite availability is one more factor that can help you decide where to travel. In some states where fall quickly turns to winter, campgrounds may close as early as Labor Day. Many campground owners, however, have learned the wisdom of keeping at least some campsites available year-round for cool weather camping enthusiasts. This is where you’ll really need to do a little homework. Once you’ve narrowed down a region you’d like to visit, a quick search at KOA.com will help you find the perfect campground.

What to Pack for Fall Camping

Once you’ve got a destination in mind, your packing list becomes easier. Unload the hot weather gear and fill your bins/totes/backpacks with clothes you can layer if temperatures fall. Even with the best research, the autumn climate can surprise you, especially at higher elevations. Lightweight jackets for hiking, a couple of long-sleeve shirts, warm socks, cool weather foot gear and extra blankets will keep your autumn camping expedition comfortable.

And don’t forget the sunscreen, insect repellent and water bottles! The sun still shines in autumn and some bugs are simply persistent. You don’t want your adventure ruined by a sunburn, bug bites or dehydration.

What else will you need for those outdoor adventures? Will you bring along your bikes, kayaks or climbing gear, or will you arrange for them with local outfitters? Many hiking, paddling and biking clubs now have websites or blogs where current conditions are shared. Check those out as you pack.

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What about the food? You may spend the summer serving sandwiches and sodas, but fall calls for comfort food! Break out your best Dutch oven chili, shepherd’s pie or vegan stew to warm your crew after a long day hiking mountain trails. Top the chill off with fragrant apple cobbler, pumpkin crisp or warm brownies. Fuel your bodies for cool weather exploration—it’s one of the best parts of camping in autumn.

One more clue about fall camping success—plan ahead to stay dry. Autumn rains don’t need to ruin your trip. It just takes the right rain gear to make it happen. It goes without saying that camping fun can happen in the motorhome even when a shower shuts down outdoor activity. What do you like to do at home on rainy days? Planning for that could make you the family hero!

What to Pack for Fall Camping

The third must-have for fall camping is a safe, dependable RV. A few thoughts about prepping the motorhome or trailer for autumn camping:

  • Double-check tire pressures, brakes and towing gear. In some areas, autumn temps may dip below the freezing mark, which could mean slippery spots on roads. Properly inflated tires, fully functional vehicle and trailer brakes and hitches rated for the weight being towed are essential for safe RV travel. Your best defense, in the case of rapidly deteriorating road conditions, is to wait until roads have been cleared and treated to drive.
  • Know how to operate your RV’s heating system. This sounds silly, but if you’ve only camped in warm weather, turning on the heating system may not be in your skill set. If you’re renting an RV, pay attention to the demo. It goes without saying that your motorhome’s heating system should be checked out periodically by an RV expert to ensure safe operation.
  • Know how to protect your RV’s water systems. On the off chance you’ll experience a hard freeze while camping in autumn, someone in your crew should know how to disconnect water lines from tanks and drain them to prevent damage to water and waste systems. Again, if this is a rental unit, ask what to do if you encounter freezing weather.

Many RVers enjoy camping even into winter, and you can certainly safely enjoy an autumn camping expedition by employing these common sense tips.

Take advantage of cooler temperatures, campground discounts and fewer neighbors by planning a fall RV camping trip now. Choose your destination, plan your activities and pay attention to the weather. Pack for variable temps, prep your RV for safe travel and don’t forget to plan menus that create warm memories! It’s autumn and some of your best days camping by RV await.

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