Fall is one of the most impressive seasons to go camping, and not just because the summer heat cools off. As summer comes to an end, landscapes start glowing in reds, oranges, yellows, and gold, welcoming the fall. Cooler temperatures also reduce the presence of bugs. Campfires, which are the most impressive part of camping, are best experienced during the pleasantly cold and dry nights of autumn.

“Camping in the shoulder season is not only often cheaper, but you also get more space and peace for your money. If you’re looking to visit a popular location, camping after the traditional summer vacation period can sometimes mean you get the whole place to yourself.” – Dan Yates, founder and managing director of Pitchup.com.

The most beautiful part of camping during the last summer days is that the trails and campgrounds are less crowdy, making the spots peaceful and quiet, thus an enjoyable experience. Looking for perfect autumn camping spots? Enjoy summer’s final days at these 10 scenic fall campsites.

10 Greeter Falls Campground, Altamont, Tennessee

Camping at Greeter Falls Campground is the perfect way of escaping the hustle and bustle of city life to seek some relaxation and refreshment. Giving access to several outdoor opportunities, this is one of the best fall camping destinations. Located adjacent to the 16,000-acre Savage Gulf Wilderness area and less than half a mile from the Greeter Falls Trailhead, which boasts more than 50 miles of trails. Hiking on the Greeter Falls Trail loop connects travelers to several magnificent waterfalls. Offering beautiful ten spots, well-furnished Yurts, and RV Trailer campsites, camping at Greeter Falls Campground is the best way to enjoy summer's final days.

  • Cost of tent spots: From $19.75 per night.

9 Peaceful Winds RV Park, Irons, Michigan

Located in Michigan's lower peninsula, a short distance from Lake Michigan, Peaceful Winds RV Park, covering 20 acres of space, boasts 150 campsites. Nestled amidst the gorgeous Manistee National Forest, the camp is surrounded by natural beauty, offering vacationers an unforgettable camping experience. Some of the activities for travelers are kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, and swimming, among others. Campground's amenities include flush toilets, sewerage disposal, hot showers, laundry facilities, and fire rings.

  • Cost of tent sites: $20 per night

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8 Horse Creek Adventures, Sidney, Iowa

Horse Creek Adventures offers incredible cabins with breathtaking Loess Hills views. The cabins are located further away from one another, giving campers privacy as they enjoy a great camping experience in this paradise. Upon arriving at the campground, campers leave their car parked at the foot of Loess Hills and then hike up to their cabins. Each cabin contains chairs, a picnic table, some items for cooking, and a fireplace. As summer comes to an end, camping at Horse Creek Adventures is the best way to introduce fall.

  • Cost of cabins: From $55 per night

7 Wood Mountain Road Campground, Glen Jean, West Virginia

Excellent for adventurous vacationers, Wood Mountain Road Campground offers incredible mountain climbing, ziplining, climbing, horse riding, and rafting opportunities. Tours, which travelers from age five can join, are arranged in the campground to take campers on different adventures. Rafting trips, one of the major draws in this area, are available 15 minutes away from this campground, in the New River Gorge National Park. Gauley River National Recreational Area also offers rafting tours. Travelers can also have access to the Summit Bechtel Reserve's hiking trails, just a few minutes away. This campground's amenities include a bathhouse, fire rings, and a restaurant.

  • Cost of tents: $21.20 per night

6 Wahl Farm Camping, Callicoon, New York

Covering 200 acres, this campground is on a family owned and runs a small farm, offering a beautiful New York remote life experience on a peaceful ground. Located about five minutes from Hortonville and Jeffersonville, this campground offers fantastic views of the hillside, especially during sunsets. Travelers can stroll through the farm fields as they gaze at the spectacular surrounding. Delaware River is only a few minutes-drive from the campground, so swimming and boating are doable from the farm. While the camp luck showers and toilets, and travelers must learn device other survival means, it’s definitely somewhere worth spending summer’s final days.

  • Cost of tents: From $20 per night

5 Camp Escape, Merrill, Wisconsin

Camp Escape is the perfect place to get away from the daily busy life to a completely remote location. Travelers camping in this spot are completely isolated from the rest of the world, giving them an incredible opportunity of exploring the wilderness at its best. With 70 acres of a private forest and four magnificent kettle lakes surrounding, fishing, canoeing, and boating are some of the things one can enjoy on this fine campsite. It is incredibly family-friendly, as there are several play areas for kids to play and run around. There are fire rings, gas cylinders, wooden tables, and free parking spaces at each site. Campers must bring their own drinking water, as there are none at the site.

  • Cost of tent sites: from $60 per night

4 The Farm Campground, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Nestled in the hills of Ozarks, near Eureka Springs, the Farm Campground is another family-friendly campground, offering incredible mountain views and gorgeous sunsets. Seated on a 160-acre space that backs up to Mark Twain National Forest, several events are held on this campground that travelers can catch, including live concerts, music, and food festivals. Mountain biking is available on the camp’s three-mile trail, but only for the advanced bikers.

  • Cost of tent sites: From $21.70 per night

3 Downer Ranch, Dunlap, California

Stretching for 72 acres, Denver Ranch is an animal sanctuary located in a remote area of California and was once a cattle ranch and gold mine. Travelers will encounter sheep, cats, dogs, and some horses roaming around. These animals are friendly, and while campers are allowed to interact with them, putting themselves or kids on the horses is prohibited. Other than these adorable creatures, Downer Ranch is an incredible hiking spot. Other than being close to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, there are several routes around the ranch to walk through.

  • Cost of rent sites: $56 per night

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2 Fisher Family Retreat, Logan, Ohio

Established in the 1920s, Fisher Family Retreat is spread over a 20-acre space; the family of King Fisher grew chicken and other animals in this place for many years. The campground offers incredible trails, campers, free Wi-Fi, and several activities to help travelers end to summer's final days. There are several family-friendly accommodation options spread throughout the campground. The campground allows barbeques, which travelers can purchase from the nearby stores in Logan.

  • Cost of tent sites: $16.05

1 North Country Christian Campground, Oroville, Washington

Located half an hour's drive from Oroville, North Country Christian Campground’s remote and peaceful environment is just an excellent place to spend the final summer days. The area is vast, giving campers enough space to roam around and breathe the fresh air. Hiking, boating, and fishing are some of the outdoor activities to enjoy at this campground. This is also an incredible wildlife viewing base. Travelers are allowed to have their dogs accompany them on rural walks. Travelers can have barbeques and join campfire gatherings.

  • Cost of tent sites: $10 per night