Vacasa Releases Its Best Places for Leaf Peeping Season 2020

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North America’s Largest Vacation Rental Management Company Ranks Its Top Nine Today marks the official start to fall, and if you haven’t noticed, the sights and sounds of the season are already all around us. After what has certainly been a crazy summer for everyone, we’re delighted to see that […]

North America’s Largest Vacation Rental Management Company Ranks Its Top Nine

Today marks the official start to fall, and if you haven’t noticed, the sights and sounds of the season are already all around us. After what has certainly been a crazy summer for everyone, we’re delighted to see that stores are starting to stock our fall favorite foods, flag football games are being played in local parks and discussions of Halloween costumes have taken center stage. But best of all, the leaves are beginning to change from bright, summery greens and yellows to deep reds, robust oranges, bronzey browns—even dark purples!

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Fall leaf peeping season is underway and the colors of the season are popping up from coast to coast. (Photo: Business Wire)

In celebration of the season, Vacasa has unveiled its Best Destinations for Fall Leaf Peeping 2020. As the largest vacation rental management company in North America, Vacasa scanned the entire country to determine the best places to check out the fall foliage by car, bike or foot. Vacasa’s best destinations for fall leaf peeping are:

  1. Bethel, Maine

  2. Tannersville, Pa.

  3. Sylva, N.C.

  4. Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

  5. Blue Ridge, Ga.

  6. Eagle River, Wis.

  7. Whitefish, Mont.

  8. Estes Park, Colo.

  9. White Salmon, Wash.

“We know that travelers tend to think of the northeast part of the country when they consider leaf peeping destinations. With that in mind, we wanted to share some popular alternatives as people are traveling closer to home—nearly 20% fewer miles— due to the pandemic,” said Operations Director Josh Viner. “Our top nine destinations are ripe for exploration, and relaxing in a vacation rental after a day outdoors is one of our favorite fall activities.”

Leaf peeping season is a time-honored tradition and generally spans from mid-September through the end of October. Vacasa recommends checking local regulations prior to traveling to any destination due to COVID-19 and current weather conditions.

About Vacasa

Whether travelers are looking to book a weekend getaway or the trip of a lifetime, Vacasa is the trusted partner for all things vacation rental. Vacasa homeowners enjoy industry-leading financial returns on their vacation homes, delivered by the company’s unmatched technology platform that adjusts rates in real time and ensures revenue is always maximized. Guests can relax comfortably in one of Vacasa’s 25,000+ professionally managed homes, knowing that 24/7 customer care is just a phone call away. In the past 10 years, Vacasa and its licensed subsidiaries have grown to become North America’s largest full-service vacation rental management platform. For more information, visit https://www.vacasa.com/press. The Vacasa app is available to download on the Apple Store and Google Play.

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Contacts

Vacasa
Tracy Pogrelis
[email protected]
971-275-2311

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