In case you’re one of the 50% of Americans who took little to no vacation time this past summer - or even if you’re not - the fall season is a fantastic time to get away.

Fall leaves, crisp morning walks, hot apple cider, and a roaring fire in the fireplace are some of the things that await you when you book a cabin on We’ve chosen our eight favorite fall cabin destinations where you can get the most out of the season. We used the “fireplace” filter when searching for the best rentals so we could show you just how perfect your fall cabin rental can be!

8 Best Fall Cabin Destinations With Fireplaces

1. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Nothing beats spectacular mountain scenery when fall is coming. In Jackson Hole, you’ll have the combination of incredible views of the Teton Range from a cabin like this one, fewer tourists, and brilliant fall colors. Hike on the trails in Grand Teton National Park during the day, and warm up in your cozy cabin in the evening. You might even get to see the first snow - it’s not uncommon to wake up to a dusting in October. Don’t miss having a cocktail at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar where you get to sit on saddles at the bar, and looking for elk at the National Elk Refuge - they start their migration in the fall. If you’re feeling restless, drive up to Yellowstone National Park to see the geysers, which are particularly spectacular as the weather cools down.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

2. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Beautiful mountain lakes in the northern forests of Idaho’s panhandle are a beautiful sight in the fall. This cabin on the lake is a perfect place for a getaway trip. You can wake up and look out at the calm water. Rent a canoe and take it out on the water, or bring a book, take a blanket from the house, and sit in one of the lounge chairs on the dock in the fall sun. Watch the sunset by the wood-burning fireplace, or cook the fish that you caught in the lake on the gas grill outside. Don’t leave Coeur D’Alene without trying a beer at Crafted Tap House & Kitchen or the brisket at Drummin Up BBQ.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

3. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Stowe is usually known as a winter ski destination, but it is a hidden gem for a fall getaway with beautiful rustic rental homes like this one. If you love the colors of fall, there is nowhere better to go for spectacular fall foliage than Vermont. (And if you really want to stay up-to-date, sign up to receive updates.) Vermont is 76% forested, which means that you will have ample opportunities to take scenic drives and hike during your visit. Stowe’s Green Mountain Byway is a great place for you to take in the sights of fall - be sure to bring your camera! Stowe is well-known for its arts scene, and you’ll enjoy walking around the galleries and exhibits in town.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

4. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

If you love the outdoors, fall is the perfect time to visit Maine. You can enjoy the scenery of Acadia National Park, the charm of the town of Bar Harbor, and the sunrise and sunset on the Atlantic Ocean. Bring your canoe or kayak (or rent one) and plan to take some gorgeous photos of Acadia’s fall colors. Come home and make an evening fire in the fireplace at a home like this rustic waterfront retreat. Don’t leave the island without trying the seafood at C-Ray Lobster, a local favorite!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

5. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

In the heart of the Blue Mountains, find peace and quiet in a place like this traditional cabin with a stone fireplace near Lexington. You’ll also be near the town of Hot Springs, Virginia, one of our seven favorite natural hot springs in the country. Spend your getaway time relaxing at the cabin with a good book, your favorite movies, or a board game, or do some exploring and go apple picking!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

6. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Close enough to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore to be an easy weekend getaway, you’ll return to nature when you stay in this part of West Virginia. This area has many beautiful cabins, and you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. This gorgeous three-bedroom cabin has a stone fireplace in the living room and easy access to all of the hiking and biking trails in the Monongahela National Forest. What better place to relax and take a break from city life than here?

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

7. Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Whether you’re looking for a large cabin for an extended family reunion or a small, intimate space to reconnect with your significant other, you’ll find many incredible options in Pigeon Forge. This cabin sleeps 16 people and has a hot tub on the back deck. It’s perfect for a fun family getaway that is close to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Go on a horseback ride through the forest with its lovely foliage and peaceful streams, or go to Cades Cove for wildlife watching.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

8. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Peaceful, quiet, and close to nature, this beautiful hidden gem is easy to get to from Columbus, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh. Spend time at Mohican State Park, where you can take photos of the changing leaves by the covered bridge near the Hog Hollow Trail. The crisp fall weather is the perfect time to rent a charming cabin like this one, with a cozy fireplace and forest views out the window. This is a great place to explore Amish country, and be prepared to stop if you see a pie stand on the side of the road!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming