Vermont's fall foliage is world-renowned for its beauty and richness of color. Our state is among the most heavily forested in the U.S., and maple trees make up significant pieces of our woods, so when their leaves begin to turn from green to red, orange and yellow, the landscapes become breathtaking works of art. Planning a fall foliage trip to Vermont? You'll be glad you did. Check out our foliage season tips as you plan so once you get here, you can focus on the scenery. Advance reservations are strongly recommended during the foliage season, especially for the busy weekends from late September through mid-October.
The Forecaster can give you an idea of when and where leaves typically start changing color in the fall to give your best shot at peeping the peak.
Vermont's outdoors remains a top destination for all ages. Here are tips to stay safe outdoors during this public health emergency.
Get cozy in your car and settle in for a beautiful drive through Vermont's historic downtowns, quaint roadside stops and scenic vistas. Check out our suggestions for fun, scenic driving tours around Vermont.
WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO STAY
Vermont is home to unique lodging, world-class recreation, local food, shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.
Free Vermont Vacation Guide
Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with insider info to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.
GETTING TO VERMONT
There are many ways to get to Vermont, from hopping a flight to a good old-fashioned road trip. Learn more about how to get to Vermont and plan your trip.