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Go picnicking, hiking or fishing here—or simply peer out of the lookout tower to enjoy picturesque panoramic views of forests, bogs and unique plant life.
Pineland Public Reserved Land, Gray, Maine
Comprised of 1,200 acres of hiking trails, landscapes and forests in Cumberland County, this site—which borders Gray and New Gloucester—is the perfect escape from Portland city life.
Mt. Greylock in The Berkshires, Adams, Massachusetts
Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts' highest peak, boasts an unbelievable view of foliage across five different states!
Northeast Kingdom, Vermont
Before heading out here, request a free copy of the Northeast Kingdom's oversized hiking, biking and waterways maps—it's loaded with tips, trail recommendations, wildlife destinations and much more.
Hudson Valley, New York
Don't miss the "Middle" Valley, which spans the Catskill Mountains and is complete with estates, gardens, wineries, apple orchards and scenic hiking routes.
Robert H. Treman State Park, Ithaca, New York
Of the many New York State parks in this 10-square-mile city, Treman is the most magnificent, with winding trails and a dozen waterfalls—plus breathtaking swimming gorges such as Enfield Glen, the site's main scenic attraction.
Adirondack Scenic Railroad, Adironacks, New York
Hop on a train for a 20-mile roundtrip ride from Lake Placid to the city of Saranac Lake and back to take in the area's riotous show of reds, greens and yellows.
North Fork, Long Island, New York
Consisting of stretches of farmlands, antique shops, quiet bayside restaurants and flourishing wineries, eastern Long Island (a renowned summer destination for everyone from local fishermen to the rich and famous) hits its peak in the fall, when the streets are empty of everything but the gorgeous changing scenery.
Oak Mountain State Park, Pelham, Alabama
One of Alabama's many state and county parks known for its colorful trails, Oak Mountain is the first stop on OutdoorAlabama.com's "A Circle of Colors," which takes visitors on a 12-stop circular tour through Alabama, beginning near Birmingham and ending in Anniston.
Ozark National Forest, Arkansas
Survey the foliage from atop the state's highest mountain, Mount Magazine, found within this 1.2-million-acre span of woodland.
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, Georgia
The origin of the Appalachian Trail, this national forest is known to be a hiker's fantasy, with its 10 wildernesses, 1,000-plus miles of trout streams and 430 miles of trails.
Asheville, North Carolina
If you're looking for mountain scenery and biking trails in the Western North Carolina region, of the Ashville region offers a variety of trails, ranging from easy to very difficult.
Shenandoah County, Virginia
Take an SVTA Group Tour through this historic county to witness the glorious Shenandoah River, Shenandoah National Park and Blue Ridge Mountains.
Great River Road, Illinois
This 550-mile stretch along the Eastern Mississippi River shoreline is complete with sprawling rock formations, river views and access to Eells House, an Underground Railroad station.
Carter Caves State Resort Park, Olive Hill, Kentucky
Visit to enjoy a resort of forests, over 20 twisting caverns, a 30-foot underground waterfall and other underground surprises in Olive Hill.
Paddle down some of Ely's most celebrated rivers with Boundary Waters Canoe Adventures.
Jackson Lake State Park, Oak Hill, Ohio
This small but scenic stretch beside the Ohio River is perfect for camping, boating, picnicking and swimming.
Guanella Pass Scenic and Historic Byway, Georgetown, Colorado
Bike, backpack, camp or fish along this 22-mile paved-and-gravel road, which traverses alpine tundra, steep valleys and caved canyons facing the Rocky Mountains.
Lost Maples State Natural Area, Vanderpool, Texas
This 2,000-plus-acre spot found in the Bandera and Real Counties was once roamed by Apache and Comanche Indians, and today attracts approximately 200,000 yearly visitors.
Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
A stretch of land bordering northern Oregon and southern Washington, the gorge features sky-scraping cliffs, funneling gorges and the famous Snake River.
North Cascades Highway, Washington
Part of the Cascade Loop, this highway climbs up the face of the massive Liberty Bell Mountain and bypasses Ross and Diablo Lakes—offering views from dozens of different bridges, ferries and parks along the way.
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