If you read one of our latest blogs, then you know we’re excitedly preparing for the upcoming fall season. But as you start planning a fall foliage getaway to Virginia, you may be wondering about the best places for seasonal leaf-peeping, where you can get the most brilliant front-row seats to the changing of the leaves. We’re here to help you out, so keep reading to learn about some of Virginia’s best leaf-peeping destinations:
- Skyline Drive: Of course this scenic route has to be on the list! These roads run through the heart of Virginia’s mountains, dazzling drivers, hikers, and cyclists who pass along the winding paths. (InnVirginia Lodging: Click here.)
- Virginia’s Eastern Shore: Although many head to the mountains during autumn, the mountains don’t have a monopoly on the fall foliage! Visit the Eastern Shore for a seaside or bayside view of the fall foliage. (InnVirginia Lodging: Click here.)
- Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge: Take your leaf-peeping a step further with wildlife viewing among the fall foliage. (InnVirginia Lodging: Essex Inn Bed & Breakfast)
- Manassas National Battlefield Park: If you’re a fan of both history and fall foliage, then take your leaf-peeping to a site of historic proportions. (InnVirginia Lodging: Manassas Junction Bed & Breakfast)
- New River Water Trail, Pearisburg, VA: This 37-mile long trail in Giles County, VA will take you on an autumn adventure by means of canoe, kayak, or raft. There are also plenty of spots for some fall hiking and fishing amidst the autumn colors. (InnVirginia Lodging: Inn at Riverbend)
Check out our members’ Fall Foliage Specials here. We look forward to seeing you soon at one of our Virginia inns!