The colors of the #fall season are arguably the most bedazzling of them all. What’s more, the prices of accommodation are on the way down, and in general, the influx of tourists declines. This year’s fall season has got to be memorable because we’re listing 5 amazing East Coast destinations worth visiting in fall in this guide. Unless your heart is set on making an international vacation this fall season, here are some options closer home.

Greenville, South Carolina

It’s only recently that this beautiful destination started shining on tourism maps, particularly for the fall season. For an extended date with natural beauty and adventure, check out some of the many biking, trail running, and hiking options the town offers.

Spend some lazy hours at the unique Liberty Bridge, stay at the now famous Hotel Dominique, and check out a museum for a rendezvous with history.

Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

Hiking in the #Great Smoky Mountains is an unforgettable experience awaiting you this fall. The dazzling colors of fall foliage are visible from far and wide and get as beautiful as you get close to them. Once you have enough of the hiking, relax at the Blackberry Farm and take some special cooking classes, with ingredients plucked freshly from the farm. Another engaging activity is a horseback ride along designated tracks in the farm. This, indeed, is the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.

New Paltz, New York

For the outdoorsy among you, #New Paltz is the only destination you need to consider. The Lemon Squeeze rocks of Harriman State Park ought to be your first stop, for a memorable hiking adventure on unusual rock formations.

Next, head up to Lake Mohonk for a kayaking adventure, at par with some of the best kayaking spots in the USA [VIDEO]. We recommend you stay at Mohonk Mountain House because it’s located conveniently close to most points of interest. Check out farmer markets for a good selection of wines. If you have some steam left, head over to The Gunks, a super popular climbing area.

Lake George, New York

A town situated next to its namesake lake, #Lake George has the right mix of sightseeing and adventure options that will keep everyone in the family happy. The Fort William Henry Museum & Restoration is a British fort from 1755. Very close by, there’s Million Dollar Beach for a memorable picnic. Also, plan for a visit to the Prospect Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway for breathtaking fall foliage views of Adirondack High Peaks.

The Berkshires, Massachusetts

Art, culture, and festivals - all come together, against the breathtakingly beautiful backdrop of the colors of the fall season, at #The Berkshires, Massachusetts.

You’ll never get tired of dining at the many farms to table restaurants around the region. Also, plan for a hike to Mount Greylock, the highest point, for a bird’s eye view of the awesome surroundings. Wrap things up with a day at the Canyon Ranch.

The 5 destinations covered in this guide offer you exciting adventures, tongue tickling delicacies, and dazzlingly beautiful hues of the fall season, and are easy on your pocket. What more could you need as an excuse to make this year’s fall season count!