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Top Fall Getaways for Couples

Top Fall Getaways for Couples

While everyone thinks of summertime or the holiday season when it comes to romantic getaways, fall is a very underrated time to enjoy a vacation with your partner. The fall season offers cool and comfortable temperatures perfect for exploring outdoors while also taking advantage of cozy indoor activities that can add to the romance. Here are some of the top romantic fall destinations in the US to consider for your seasonal retreat.

San Francisco, California

Fall in San Francisco brings milder temperatures and fewer crowds. Take a romantic stroll along the Golden Gate Bridge, explore the city’s eclectic neighborhoods, and get your fill in the area’s vibrant food scene. Some of the best seasonal activities for you and your loved one include:

  • Check out “Candlelight” for a Halloween-themed concert in an intimate environment surrounded by hundreds of candles
  • Hold hands as you walk through a corn maze at either Three Nuns Farm or Cool Patch Pumpkins
  • Stroll through Filoli Gardens and sample fall fruits including apples, pears, and plums

Charleston, South Carolina

While South Carolina isn’t known for its fall foliage, Charleston offers a more temperate climate and a romantic historic atmosphere. Walk along cobblestone streets to find shops and restaurants, take a carriage ride, and enjoy the southern hospitality. During the fall, some activities you’ll want to experience include:

  • Go to Autumn on the Ashley Wine Stroll where you can explore the Magnolia Gardens while sampling local wine and beer
  • Check out Harvest Festival at Johns Island County Park for live bluegrass music, southern barbecue, and all your favorite festival food
  • Go on Charleston ghost and graveyard night-time walking tour to learn about all the haunted and historic happenings

Sedona, Arizona

Sedona is known for its stunning red rock formations, which are just as beautiful during the fall months. The normally hot Arizona weather is milder, making it perfect for hiking scenic trails, exploring the local art galleries, and indulging in couples spa treatments. Some great seasonal activities for couples include:

  • Go on a hot air balloon ride with Red Rock Balloon Adventures to see the stunning red rock formations from a whole new angle
  • Hike around Oak Creek Canyon to enjoy the spectacular foliage. While there, make sure to stop at Oak Creek Vista for a romantic photo opp
  • Visit the Verde Valley Wine Region to sample the seasonal bounty of delicious flavors


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Napa Valley, California

Napa Valley is home to world-class vineyards, which are particularly stunning in the fall when the grapevines turn golden. As one of the best fall getaways for couples, Napa Valley offers a serene and romantic backdrop for the ideal couples’ getaway. During this season you can try:

  • Check out one of the many harvest festivals happening at the area’s best vineyards. This time of year is also celebrating the end of the grape harvest!
  • Visit Oxbow Public Market overlooking the Napa Valley where you can shop, dine, or enjoy a cup of coffee
  • Take a ride along the Napa Valley Wine Train for a 36-mile round trip between Napa and St. Helena. Enjoy food and drink as well as breathtaking views

New England

The New England reason is absolutely stunning during the autumn months. The leaves are turning beautiful colors and the air is crisp, it is the perfect time to explore these east coast states. Drive through scenic routes, visit quaint villages, and indulge in apple picking and pumpkin festivals. Places like Stowe, Vermont, and Bar Harbor, Maine are especially charming. Some of the best New England fall activities include:

  • Go hiking in New Hampshire or Massachusetts. You can easily visit both of these states on your trip, be sure to visit the Harold Parker State Forest in MA or Mount Washington in NH
  • Expore the coast of Maine and visit any of their 65 historic lighthouses, many of which are public and available to go inside
  • Drive along Vermont’s Route 100 with its more than 200 miles of forest foliage, mountain vistas, and silver-capped silos
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