Leaf Peeping in New England

August 21, 2017 - Posted by Tina in Fall, Massachusetts, Top 5, Vermont

As the days get shorter and the summer heat begins to fade away, the tree landscape starts to gear up for this favorite tradition of fall sightseers and travelers: Leaf Peeping.

  • What is Leaf Peeping?

    Leaf peeping is an activity where people travel to see and take pictures of the phenomenal fall foliage as the trees take a turn from summer green to gorgeous autumn hues.

  • Where to go?

    New England is especially known for leaf peeping. Try states like Vermont and Massachusetts and surrounding areas.

  • When to go?

    The best time to plan this trip is to coincide with the peak colors. Fall colors typically peak between late September and mid-November in New England.

  • What to do when you’re there?

    New England loves to celebrate this fall foliage, so while you’re there you’ll definitely want to partake in their celebrations! From fall festivals to pumpkin patches and apple orchards, you’ll have all the autumn festivities to choose from for this unique adventure!

Check out the New England events guide for specific event dates:
Book your stay at one of Tripbound’s destinations in Vermont or Massachusetts.

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