Friday, September 25, 2009

Looking for Your New England Fall Foliage Travel Ideas

Article and photo (corn maze, Adam's Farm, Cumberland, R.I.) by Eric H.

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With that in mind, we are looking for your feedback, ideas, suggestions, etc., on where to go and what to do during the New England fall foliage season. Some topic ideas: best leaf peeping spots, apple picking, corn mazes, country stores, scenic drives, hikes, restaurants perfect for an autumn day, and road side farm stands. We also welcome ideas on seasonal events.

Whether it's Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont, we'd love to hear from you on what you consider the best of New England fall foliage season travel. Please feel free to post a comment here, or send us an e-mail. Thanks for helping make The Weekly New England travel and Vacation Gazette a community to exchange New England fall travel ideas -- we truly appreciate you visiting our site!


Maine Day Trip said...

Follow Maine's historic Ossipee Trail (Rt 25 to Rt 160) to view the Parsonfield-Porter Covered Bridge for a half day trip from Portland.

The Pequawket Trail (Rt 133) is a spectacular full day drive that continues into the White Mountain National Forest.

Both Maine trails wind through the countryside with views of magnificent fall foliage displays.

Eric, the New England travel writer said...

Great post, thanks! Readers, these drives might not be "household name" destinations, but they are every bit as scenic, if not more, than some of the more well-know fall New England travel spots. Thanks, again, Maine Day Trip, for bringing these worthy travel destinations to light!



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