It’s autumn in the U.S., and everything is glorious. Every state not named Hawaii or Florida is blanketed with vivid reds and yellows, so resist the urge to cozy up by the boob tube with a cup of nacho cheese and diet cola.
Instead, dust of your Avanti or Facel Vega—or minivan; we don’t care—and take a foliage cruise through your nearest national or state park. And while you’re out enjoying the crispy crispness, snap a picture and send it to email@example.com, and we may share it on our Instagram page.
According to this handy map, the following parks are experiencing peak foliage:
Maine – Baxter State Park
New Hampshire – White Mountains National Forest
Vermont – Mount Mansfield State Forest
Massachusetts – Mount Greylock State Reservation
New York – Adirondack Region
Pennsylvania – Raystown Lake Recreation Area
Michigan – Ottowa National Forest
Wisconsin – Northern Highland American Legion State Forest
Minnesota – George Washington State Park
Idaho – Lolo National Forest
Montana – Flathead National Forest
Washington - Cascade Loop
Oregon - Elkhorn Scenic Byway