Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont display some of the most spectacular fall foliage you'll find in the country. Peak leaf peeping season falls between early September and mid-October. Cooler temperatures, fewer mosquitoes, and colorful landscapes make fall an ideal time to RV in New England.
Active RVers can also enjoy over 700 miles of hiking trails and an extensive network of biking roads throughout the Green Mountains of Vermont. Plus, fall is peak harvest time in Vermont, so be sure to stop at one of the many roadside farm stands you'll see along the way, offering tasty treats like native apple cider and real maple syrup. Better yet, pick your own apples fresh off the branch at a local orchard. There's nothing quite like the beauty of nature's changing palette in New England. Crisp autumn air and carpets of freshly fallen leaves provide the perfect backdrop for a memorable RV road trip. Sun RV Resorts in Maine: Saco/Old Orchard Beach KOA, Wagon Wheel RV Resort & Campground, and Wild Acres RV Resort & Campground.