These Small Towns in Arizona Come Alive in Fall
"Arizona is famous for both its bold, beautiful landscape of red rock and its sweltering summer heat. After dealing with the warm weather for months, autumn ushers in. The cooler temperatures offer new opportunities to enjoy the state. There is no better time to take advantage of the gorgeous Arizona landscape than in the fall. The cooler air, changing leaves, and harvest celebrations offer endless things to do in the state. The small towns in Arizona have a particular charm during this time. You can see stunning foliage against red rocks in Sedona or enjoy some pumpkin pie at the Pumpkin Festival in Willcox. The Arizona small towns are definitely worth a visit come autumn. Here are a few to put on the top of your list.
There is no better town to start your Arizona fall road trip off with than Show Low. Located on the Mogollon Rim in Arizona's White Mountains, the town is a nature lover's dream. It is in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests and offers hiking, biking, rock climbing and paddling. In fall, these activities seem more magical surrounded by stunning foliage. A great spot to see the transformation of leaves in town, is at Show Low Lake. Another place you have to visit while in town is Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area. Home to a 150-acre lake, the area has tons of hiking and boating opportunities. Try hiking the Fool Hollow Lake Trail for a nice stroll through the woods. The 3.2 mile loop immerses hikers in the lush, colorful forest around the lake. Perfect for a serene fall hike."