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Autumn Drives, Photos, Blog

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Credit: Margaret Kippenberger
Jackson, New Hampshire

Where is peak color? Yankee editor Mel Allen has the answer!

It's time to take your fall foray through New England. Watch the colors change on the Peak Color Map for best times to visit in September and October.

DRIVES: This drive goes through all six New England states. Start Yankee's suggested drive in the Oxford Hills of Maine, cross over into New Hampshire's White Mountains, then into northwestern Vermont, head south into the "hill towns" of Massachusetts, then into the "Quiet Corner" of northeastern Connecticut, and end up in Rhode Island, where you'll find everything autumn, except the mountains.

MORE DRIVES: Can't take such a long trip? Explore just one of the states or find more scenic drives.

FAMILY FUN: Get lost in a corn maze. Here's a list for every state.

PHOTOS: View the slide shows of autumn images and Halloween decorations submitted by website visitors.

ADVICE: Get it straight from the road in the New England Foliage Blog.

MORE FOLIAGE: YankeeFoliage.com

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

Reader Comments

Comment from Ulysses Agpaoa on August 21, 2009

Fall is my favorite season. I like having four seasons. It keeps me looking forward to the next as each season slowly comes to a close.

Comment from Pam Berger on August 23, 2009

We are planning a 7 day trip to New England, flying in to Boston. What route would you recommend for that amount of time? Any recommendations for hotels, Inns etc. would be nice too.

Comment from Michael Hunter on August 25, 2009

http://www.yankeefoliage.com/peakmap/

Use this map to help your timing...

Comment from Jeff Folger on September 22, 2009

Also you might try http://www.facebook.com/YankeeFoliage become a fan and ask questions there and have lots of choices to pick from... Also check out http://www.YankeeFoliage.com for my blog and read about places to see and pictures that I capture.

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