If you are looking for a different kind of Fall experience, generally away from the East Coast Leaf Peepers, then just go west! From Show Low, Arizona to Chadron, Nebraska we got you covered for a different kind of experience!
Show Low, AZ
Fall in Show Low, AZ starts just like other places in the U.S. in October and the White Mountains will supply you with vibrant colors. Camping sites, an abundance of wildlife, and some great late-season fishing spots make this a must-do for the entire outdoor family.
If you decide to try a different look at fall, sunsets in the fall at Chadron State Park offer all the colors from beautiful canyons and buttes. Again camping and trail rides are popular, but, despite all the “evergreens” , there is quite a bit of changing foliage to enjoy.
Denver’s Fall season goes longer than most and generally starts mid-September and runs until late November. Obviously, it’s the Aspens that bring the colors to the Denver area. Color changes are dependent upon the elevation.
Maybe you just want the heat to hang on as long as possible and could care less about changing leaves. Might we humbly suggest hitting the amazing sand dunes of Imperial, California? Never heard of it? Click here.