Tons of Fun Stuff to Do in Massachusetts This Fall
Are you feeling a bit down in the mouth because summer is ending and beach weather is quickly evaporating? Chin up, children of the Commonwealth, because there are many fun things to do here in the fall.
Dig out the flannel shirts and lace up the hiking boots. It's time to retire the flip-flops and bathing suits and take to the great outdoors.
VisitMassachusetts.com says, "Massachusetts' Central and Berkshire Mountains regions have lofty peaks and gorgeous river valleys that are ideal for seeing the leaves change color during fall foliage season."
The site says, "Great views of fall color – starring the sugar maple – are also found in the North of Boston Cape Ann region, and around Plymouth, where cranberry bog harvests brighten the landscape."
VisitMassachusetts.com has a detailed list of foliage driving routes in Massachusetts by region. The site includes a link to the Old Farmer's Almanac Annual Foliage Map and a list of pick-your-own farms to buy fresh apples, veggies, cider or pumpkins.
It also includes a list of "Great Things To Do In Massachusetts" during the fall months, including links to outdoor adventures, fairs and festivals, and apple picking.
The site also has information on fall weddings, places to stay, food and drink and travel information.
VisitMassachusetts.com is part of the VisitNewEngland.com website for those looking to expand their fall adventures beyond the Massachusetts borders. Follow the links to discover what is happening this fall in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
The summer season is over, but that doesn't mean the adventure has to stop. With the fall season upon us, it's time to launch into a new season of fun.