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FALLing for Foliage

Calling all leaf-peepers! The time has come and the foliage in NH is at its prime! While I was on a small hike of my own earlier today, I decided to dedicate this weeks post to the best places in all of New England to catch the best foliage:

~New Hampshire:

*White Mountains: Waterville Valley, Kangamangus Highway*, North Conway, Crawford Notch

*Lakes Region: Plymouth, Wolfboro, Ossipee, Mt. Major & summit

*Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region: Mt. Kearsarge, Pillsbury State Park

*Merrimack Valley: Rt. 106 N, The Trails at Andres Institute of Art in Brookline

*Monadnock Region: Keene, Mt. Monadnock summit

*Seacoast: Gonic Trails-Rochester, Squamscott River area, Lamprey River area


*Quabbin Reservoir-Belchertown

*Skinner State Park-Hadley,

*Mt. Greylock-Adams

*Taconic-Mohawk Trail-Berkshires

*Wigwam Western Summit,-N. Adams

*Walden Pond-Concord

*F. Gilbert Hills State Forest-Foxborough





*Bar Harbor-Acadia National Park*

*Although VERY far North-Fort Kent, Caribou and Presque Isle

*Grafton Notch State Park


*Moss Glen Falls-Granville

*Green Mountain National Forest-Hancock

*Rt. 100-Londonderry

*Stratton Mountain


*Killington & Killington Mountain


*Valley Falls Park-Vernon

*Devil's Hopyard State Park-East Haddam

*Mashapaug Pond-Union

*Farmington Valley Greenway-Farmington

*Lover's Leap State Park, New Milford

*East Rock Park-New Haven

~Rhode Island

*Lincoln Woods State Park-Lincoln

* White Mill Park-Burrillville

*Blackstone River State Park-Lincoln

*Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge-Charlestown

*Roger Williams Park-Providence

There you have it-the best places to leaf-peep in New England! If you venture to any of these spots, remember to follow the states' COVID protocols, and take a lot of pictures! Email me your foliage pictures to so I can them, too! Safe travels and enjoy the foliage!

Post notes:

-->the pictures posted here are taken by me*

-->post made with help from *

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