Plan A Trip To New England For Fall


Fall is one of the prettiest seasons, with crisp leaves falling from the trees and an array of browns, oranges, reds, and yellows all around. With the sun still shining bright but with the air a little colder, there is nothing like a fall stroll through the local park. This cozy season offers us a hint of winter but with the benefits of summer and something a little bit extra.
The New England area is particularly beautiful if you want to immerse yourself into Autumn, with plenty of towns and cities to explore. There are many different places to stay, from cute B&B’s, hotels as well as local inns.

Woodstock, Vermont
Take a trip to the famed Woodstock, with fields that stretch wide and long with picturesque houses dotted all over. There are plenty of scenic walks and movie-worthy scenes. If you’re interested in Falconry, there is a spot where you can find out about the sport and hold falcons. Be sure to head to the Quechee State Park where you can listen to the sounds of the streams whilst getting lost in the woods.
Franconia, New Hampshire
In Franconia, you can feast your eyes over a stunning lake that is surrounded by ever-changing foliage. Take a trip to the Franconia Notch State Park and explore all of its treasures. There you can take a stroll around Echo Lake, or just sit on a bench and take it the view.
Bar Harbor, Maine
Found along Maine’s beloved Frenchman Bay, you will find Bar Harbor.

With valleys, fields, trees that go for miles, Acadia National Park really is something special. There are particular trees in the area that shine the brightest red once fall comes around. It’s a sight not to be missed.