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Reward yourself - 4 ideas for a colorful fall drive

When it comes to changing seasons, there are lots of things we look forward to—first snowfall, first sign of spring, first warm day of summer. Every season has its first, however there’s nothing quite like seeing those first waves of red, gold and orange roll through fall. What better way to experience the color of the season than a road trip through a landscape that’s awash in the flames of autumn?

With BP Driver Rewards, you already know you’re earning cents off whenever you fuel up during your everyday routine. So why not redeem those rewards and plan a longer drive to take in all that beautiful color before it’s gone? BP Driver Rewards gives you the luxury of making the drive more economical, so go for it! Here are some ideas to get you started.

  1. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore — Northwestern Wisconsin
    Find spectacular scenery along the shores of Lake Superior in the furthest reaches of northwestern Wisconsin. Follow Highway 13 from Washburn to Bayfield and discover the beauty of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. The lakeshore and its 21 islands are home to beaches, sea caves, sandstone cliffs and other natural wonders. Visit the Wisconsin Department of Tourism for fall travel tips throughout the state. Be sure to check out their Fall Color Report too!
  2. Tunnel of Trees — Northern Michigan
    Take a stunning 27-mile journey through a canopy of northern hardwoods on Route M-119, Michigan’s Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route. Visit quaint villages and experience stunning views of Lake Michigan on this winding, narrow road that travels from Harbor Springs to Cross Village, tracing the Lake Michigan shoreline. Visit Michigan’s official travel and tourism site, Pure Michigan, for more ideas and a Fall Color Map.
  3. The Berkshires — Western Massachusetts
    Year-round, the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts is a vacation destination for travelers near and far. But it’s when autumn rolls around and the leaves begin to turn, when the region flames into unparalleled fall beauty, that motorists yearn to take to the roads of this historic area. The Berkshire Visitor Bureau suggests three scenic driving tours to take it all in.
  4. Blue Ridge Parkway — Virginia & North Carolina
    The Granddaddy of fall drives is the Blue Ridge Parkway. Dubbed “America’s Favorite Drive,” end to end the drive spans 469 miles through the breathtaking mountain scenery of Virginia and North Carolina. The parkway’s speed is set at 45 mph, but you’ll probably do more stopping with almost 300 overlooks along the way. Visit Fall in Virginia for ideas of things to do in the vicinity of your drive. The page, which includes a fall foliage report, highlights drives, festivals and numerous activities pulled together on the Official Tourism Website of the Commonwealth of Virginia.