Planning a Fall New England Trip

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Doug Uno
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Planning a Fall New England Trip

#1 Post by Doug Uno » October 8th, 2020, 9:23 pm

My wife and I are planning a trip next year to see the Fall colors. So many questions, when is the best time to visit if we want to see the Fall colors in full bloom? Any recommendations on places to stay and restaurants to eat at? Any can’t miss B & B’s or air BnB?

Thanks in advance for your recommendations!

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Re: Planning a Fall New England Trip

#2 Post by Dan Hammer » October 9th, 2020, 6:21 am

I can only speak for New York. I'd suggest heading to New England in the next week or so if you want to see peak colors. Parts of upstate NY are there.

Just enter your date. https://newengland.com/seasons/fall/fol ... liage-map/
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Re: Planning a Fall New England Trip

#3 Post by doug johnson » October 9th, 2020, 9:24 pm

Just came back from Manchester, VT. Foliage was beautiful.

Woodstock was a nice town, as was Dorset and the Merck farm in Rupert was a stunning landscape.

The food scene seemed so-so, at best, unfortunately.

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Re: Planning a Fall New England Trip

#4 Post by Rich Salsano » October 18th, 2020, 6:31 am

Amazing foliage in Jackson, NH. Drive the Kancamangus Highway for gorgeous vistas with scenic overlooks.
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