The fall doesn’t end as abruptly here in Texas as it does for our friends in the north. This means that you still have the chance to catch sight of some beautiful trees at this time of year. If you’re interested in going on a leaf viewing trip this year, be sure to keep these tips in mind.
Dress for cooler weather
If you are used to camping in the summer, it’s important to remember to pack for cooler weather during the winter season. You’ll likely want to wear layers so you can be bundled up in the morning and also be able to remove a jacket if it gets warmer in the afternoon.
Plan your trip
Before embarking on your trip, you should first devise a list of the different locations you want to see. You should then decide if you want to pay for a professional tour or go on a trip solely with your friends or family. If you elect not to go with a tour group, keep in mind that you’ll need to do additional planning.
Download an app
The free Foliage Leaf Peepr app is perfect for adventurers in search of fall foliage. You can see where others have found beautiful scenery, and you can also report the places where you discover great areas to visit.
Before heading out on your journey, check out the RVs that we have available at RVs of West Texas.