Let’s start by noting that one person’s peak is another person’s near-miss. Factors like temperature and moisture are different every year, meaning we never see the same show twice. If you miss peak color in one place, you can always look somewhere else later — at least until the end of October! To see how the color rolls through New England, click on the “play” button to the right. As the map changes, so will the calendar as it highlights the approximate peak dates for different parts of the region. Happy leaf-peeping!
Heading to New England this foliage season? These 10 places to visit in New England in fall are a great way to kick off an entire weekend of fun.
Ready to hop in your car and take in the vibrant colors of fall? Use these driving directions to find the best slow fall foliage drives in New England.
Apple-picking is just one of those fall activities that never seems to grow old. Yankee senior food editor, Amy Traverso, provides a list of the best apple orchards in New England.
Looking for a fun, new way to experience the autumn color in New England? Fall foliage train tours are a great alternative to driving.
Looking for phenomenal fall celebrations? These annual events are the 5 best pumpkin festivals in New England!
Vermont recently declared itself home of the World’s Best Foliage. With forest covering three-quarters of the state and the highest percentage of maple trees in the country, it’s easy to see why.
With their giant pumpkins and tractor pulls, livestock exhibits and deep-fried whoopie pies, these New England fairs deserve a spot on your autumn adventures list.