Fall is just around the corner and if you want to be out in nature to experence the change of colors, you can check out some of these camping sites in NC state parks. North Carolina has beautiful beaches, scenic interior rivers and majestic mountains that all feature state parks so you can enjoy camping in whatever kind of geologic area you please.

The link above goes to New River State Park that features several primitive campsites that you need to canoe into and I believe 20 campsites that you can drive up to with electric hook ups. Ten of those sites are for RV’s and ten have tent pads.

The best time to plan your camping trip to NC state parks if you want to see the fall foilage is to check out the fall color reports starting on September 19th. The peak time for the higher elevations in the mountains is usually late September to early October, but make sure you check reports on a daily basis during mid September so you don’t get here too early or too late and miss the whole show.

Camping in North Carolina to enjoy fall is great, but if you’d rather stay in a more comfortable accommodations, you can check out some North Carolina cabin rentals here. Enjoy your fall vacation in NC.


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