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Visit These U.S. Destinations For A Budget-Friendly Fall Getaway
Flagstaff, the largest city near the Grand Canyon, is a great base for an outdoors-oriented trip. For the cheapest rates, plan your visit for after Labor Day.
Flagstaff, Arizona
You’ll enjoy crisp fall days, fresh mountain air, fewer people to contend with on trails and at viewpoints, and friendlier hotel and car rental rates.
In September, this part of the U.S. offers lower prices and a much friendlier climate for visitors. Temperatures come down and the humidity vanishes.
Little Rock, Arkansas
To spot the changing leaves, head to the Riverfront Park or the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden. If you’re a fan of foodie events, fall also ushers in food festival season.
Falltime in Billings offers many outdoor activities, whether it be rock climbing at the Rimrock cliffs or taking a boat ride on the Yellowstone River.
Billings, Montana
The city has many breweries, wineries, distilleries, and restaurants to choose from, plus many bookstores and antique shops. Fall is also the season of rodeos and Harvestfest.
This island is much more accessible than its surrounding islands. The ferry, accommodations, and food are also cheaper.
Whidbey Island, Washington
Take a hike at Ebby’s Landing for fantastical coastal views, check out the annual Whidbey Island Cider Festival, and enjoy the "Local Eat Month" that showcases local farmers.
Wine-tasting trips in the U.S. aren’t usually budget-friendly, but if you head to the Lone Star State, you’ll find much more affordable options.
Texas Hill Country
In Hill Country, you’ll find up-and-coming wineries surrounded by a surprising amount of foliage. October is Texas Wine Month and typically ushers in some fun events.