New Hampshire offers some of the best fall colors in the world. Each autumn, the forests of the Granite State explore in a symphony of red, orange, yellow and green. The fall colors usually come in late September, reaching peak foliage around or after Indigenous Peoples Day/ Columbus Day. By mid October the colors are fading. Color starts north, and moves south – ending on the Seacoast.Read More
New Hampshire’s foliage season runs roughly from late-September to mid-October, but this varies widely depending on weather, topography and geography. Just before the season begins, a sneak preview of fall can be found as swamp maples surrounding some ponds and lakes may turn a fiery red, and the deciduous trees of northern New Hampshire may have already begun their transformation. Indigenous Peoples' Day Weekend is often the focal point of fall foliage excursions, but the White Mountains can present earlier colors.Read More
The spirit of fall is at home in the Concord area –with big pumpkins shining in the crisp fall air. It is fun for kids to pick a pumpkin, get some apples, have fresh cider and doughnuts- and take in eh the fall colors.
The air is starting to feel cool and the leaves in some parts of New Hampshire are already showing a hint that fall is on its’ way. While some have had their fill of hot summer days, the approaching fall foliage season provides a reason to get outside and experience New Hampshire’s fall colors and the long dry summer promises a vibrant show.Read More