Visit New Hampshire in the Fall

As the summer weather cools and leaves begin to make their decent from the once lush trees, travelers pack their bags and go in search of where to absorb the best that the season of autumn has to offer. Without a doubt, a trip to New England is often first in mind when looking for the opportune photographic moments of the best foliage as well as fun events and activities that the whole family can enjoy.

Nestled between Vermont and Maine, New Hampshire offers some of the most breathtaking landscapes with rich, colorful foliage. The leaves begin their transition from green to warm hues of red and orange as early as mid-September and spreads throughout the most cherished of fall months. Take a drive or stroll through locations such as Franconia State Park to behold some of the best New Hampshire has to offer. For an even more spectacular view, hop aboard the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway on a crisip, clear day and see as far as Vermont, Maine and even Canada!

When the camera is full of postcard-quality shots, enjoy other activities in New Hampshire such as picking your own fruit at the Applecrest Farm Orchards in Hampton Falls, have interactions with adorable farm animals at Friendly Farm in Dublin or mingle with the locals at one of New Hampshire’s many farmers’ markets. Nature lovers will never experience boredom with over 300 different natural habitats to explore.

New Hampshire is an ideal getaway for romance enthusiasts with a total of 54 charming covered bridges to visit. Each is unique to its environment and are located throughout the state, creating an adventurous and memorable trek for lovers everywhere.

Come October, New Hampshire features a number of events including festivals, harvests, music concerts, nature cruises and Halloween-themed gatherings. Event calendars can be easily found online at New Hampshire travel sites.

As there are a plethora of fun activities for both adults and children each and every day, be sure to plan your days by picking up a visitors guide at your hotel or local tourism office. These brochures will list all of these attractions and more, helping you plan the most memorable trip for you and yours!

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