10 U.S. Towns That Look Magical in the Fall

1. Noblesville, Indiana

There are lots of antique shops, trendy stores with the newest clothes, and Noblesville Coffee and Tea for coffee.

2. Estes Park, Colorado

Sitting at an altitude of 7,522 feet, Estes Park is located at the eastern entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park.

3. Mystic, Connecticut

When the leaves start to change, this small town between Boston and New York turns into a beautiful place to visit in the fall. 

4. Beech Mountain

For now, you can enjoy the beautiful fall weather and mountain views at Beech Mountain before it turns into a full-on outdoor winter playground.

5. Stowe, Vermont

One of the many historic towns in Vermont, Stowe invites visitors to explore all the best that autumn has to offer.

6. Portland, Oregon

Well-known for its outdoor recreation, Portland is no different come fall.

7. Dubuque, Iowa

Along the banks of the Mississippi River, Dubuque offers many chances to enjoy all that fall has to offer.

8. Dahlonega, Georgia

In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Dahlonega contains all the elements of a quaint small town.

9. Hudson, New York

Hudson's historic center is only 2.5 square miles, but it has a lot going on in the fall.