8 Best Cozy Fall Getaways Across the U.S.

1. Litchfield County, Connecticut

Litchfield County is a great place to visit if you love small towns that look like they belong on Gilmore Girls. The fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, where Rory and Lorelai Gilmore live was based on the area's rolling hills and cute towns.

2. Manchester, Vermont

Vermont is famed for its maple syrup, but its bright sugar maple trees make it excellent for fall tourism. Manchester, Vermont, amid the Green Mountains, is a popular fall trip for good reason!

3. Salem, Massachusetts

Salem is the finest October destination for Halloween fans. There are many additional reasons it's one of the Northeast's top autumn vacations besides witch tours and eerie season. Pirate and maritime heritage abound.

4. Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville, North Carolina, is affluent yet down-to-earth amid the Appalachian Mountains. This vibrant city is home to George Vanderbilt's massive chateau-style Biltmore Estate, which attracts visitors from across the globe.

5. Blue Ridge, Georgia

As the summer heat fades, the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia become a beautiful place to flee to in the fall. Stay in one of the many wood houses or bed and breakfasts in the Appalachian Mountains to get lost in their peace.

6. Traverse City, Michigan

Traverse City may be best-known for its summertime cherry harvest, but with miles of vineyards, apple orchards, and pumpkin patches, the city s fall bounty deserves accolades of its own.

7. Door County, Wisconsin

Door County, Wisconsin, is on a small point between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. It has more than 300 miles of coast on the lake. The beautiful limestone cliffs, cute seaside towns, and lots of "seafood" have earned Door County.

8. Flagstaff, Arizona

A lot of people come to Arizona to see the Grand Canyon, but the city of Flagstaff also has some great things to see. Take a walk through the Historic Downtown and Railroad District, which has a mix of old and new shops, restaurants, and markets.