What is the best time to see fall foliage in New England?
The best time to visit New England to see fall foliage is typically in late September and early October, though exact dates vary by state, year and weather conditions. Leaves begin to change first in the Northeast, with the South not far behind, says Gabe Saglie, senior editor at Travelzoo.
Where is the best fall foliage in New England?
15 Breathtaking Places to Visit in New England to See Peak Fall Foliage
- Bristol, Rhode Island. Katherine Gendreau PhotographyGetty Images.
- Providence, Rhode Island.
- Litchfield, Connecticut.
- Kent, Connecticut.
- East Haddam, Connecticut.
- Woodstock, Vermont.
- Stowe, Vermont.
- Franconia, New Hampshire.
Where is the best place to see fall foliage now?
The top 10 winners in the category Best Destinations for Fall Foliage are as follows:
- Pocono Mountains – Pennsylvania.
- Gatlinburg – Tennessee.
- Ozark Mountain Region – Arkansas.
- Taos – New Mexico.
- Door County – Wisconsin.
- Laurel Highlands – Pennsylvania.
- Stowe – Vermont.
- Finger Lakes – New York.
What is the best time to see fall foliage in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire delivers colorful fall foliage at the earlier end of the September-to-October range. In the White Mountains, take a scenic drive along the Kancamagus Highway (Route 112), between North Conway and Lincoln.
Does Boston have fall foliage?
Boston’s fall foliage blazes across the city from late September through October – and often well into November. Although you can see lots of gorgeous leaves on New England fall foliage tours, you can also enjoy spectacular leaf color by sightseeing around Boston on your own.
Are leaves still colorful in November?
The exact dates for peak fall foliage change every year depending on weather patterns, but generally the leaves transition in October and November, starting in the north and moving south. Check local tourism websites before planning your trip to ensure you catch the best and brightest colors.