As I traveled this week in New York, I was also looking forward to another trip around Utah still coming up this fall. It is October. The leaves are turning and the peak camping season is over. It doesn't mean that you can't still get out there for a trip. Your RV doesn't have frozen pipes. Maybe you haven't winterized yet. Even if you have, you can still get out for a nice brisk fall weekend. While some parks have already closed, many state campgrounds stay open into October. And the weather is great in the south and southwest so it still feels like summer camping but with cooler nights.
Fall trees - Photo by chrisbastian44
Here are just a few reasons to get out there again
Fall Camping and Colors - Photo by inottawa
It's not easy to miss a fall football game but a weekend trip out is well worth it. Depending on where you go, you may be able to bring a radio or video device and get the game while sitting at a campfire! Just make sure to keep the volume low so other campers get their desired solitude. You could also combine it with getting some firewood for the home. Then you have a great trip that serves a purpose as well and you won't feel guilty for living the good life.
The tourists have gone but beauty remains - Photo by J Gurbisz