Views across Joe's Pond, West Danville

Autumn in Vermont

Spectacular Colors Await Leaf Peepers

What else can we say? The fall colors here in Vermont are simply unbelievable!

With forests covering three-quarters of our state, and the highest percentage of vibrant maple trees in the country, Vermont can’t help but explode into amazing colors once the leaves start to turn. Whether you are touring the state on our scenic byways, or enjoying a crisp autumn hike outdoors, almost everywhere you look in Vermont during the fall months is alive with bursting reds, oranges and yellows.

Adding to the natural beauty of autumn in Vermont are a variety of festivals, events and activities that help celebrate the season. Harvesting fruits and vegetables, visiting farms, pumpkin patches and corn mazes, and game hunting are among the host of outdoor things to do that make this such a special time of year.

Our elegant inns, hotels and bed and breakfasts are perfect places to stay during a fall visit to Vermont, but plan your fall trip and lodging early, because when the calendar turns to autumn, virtually no place in America is more desirable to visit than Vermont.


Foliage Season For The Entire Family

Vermont welcome's you and your family to experience the natural wonder of its foliage season.

A female hunter aims at her quarry.


Vermont's abundance of game make it one of the top hunting destinations in the Northeast.

pick your own


There is no better way to assure you are getting the freshest fruits and veggies than by picking them yourself.


Family-Friendly Hikes

Discover family friendly hikes that will bring you closer together while connecting with the outdoors

Order a 2016 Vermont Vacation summer/fall guide or view it online.

Free Vermont Vacation Guide

Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with great content to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.

Touring Vermont's Byways

Touring Vermont's Byways

Warmer spring days just beckon you to go outside! Touring Vermont's Byways are a great way to get off the highway and see what makes Vermont special.