The 7 Best Camping Spots For Viewing New York’s Fall Foliage

There are more campgrounds throughout New York than what can be included in one list, but there are a few parks and preserves throughout the state that can only be described as otherworldly when it comes to incredible views of the fall foliage. From western New York to the Adirondacks, New York boasts some of the most gorgeous parks in the northeast, parks where you should plan to camp for a few days before the weather gets too cold. Here are a few of our favorites.

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If these locations aren’t particularly easy for you to get to, there are plenty of other top-notch parks and nature preserves around the state. A few of our other favorite parks around the state are Minnewaska State Park, Bowman Lake State Park and Adirondack Park.

Address: 800 Kanawauke Rd, Southfields, NY 10975, USA
Address: 1 Letchworth State Park, Castile, NY 14427, USA
Address: 1740 Taughannock Blvd, Trumansburg, NY 14886, USA
Address: 3783 NY-32, Saugerties, NY 12477, USA
Address: 253 NY-344, Copake Falls, NY 12517, USA
Address: 1009 N Franklin St, Watkins Glen, NY 14891, USA
Address: 230 Lone Pine Rd, Cranberry Lake, NY 12927, USA