Devil’s Den Preserve Is The Most Peaceful Place To Experience Fall Foliage In Connecticut
Connecticut is one of the best places to be in the fall, and while there are numerous spots to catch views of the fall foliage, Devil’s Den Preserve in Weston is one of the most peaceful spots to embrace the season. Within the preserve, you’ll also find Lucius Pond, and there’s something extra special about seeing the red, yellow, and orange leaves reflect upon water. As you walk through the preserve and feel the leaves crinkle beneath your feet, you’ll feel at peace in this secluded nature preserve. Take a hike, sit beside the pond, and view the beautiful changing colors in the perfect nature spot. Make sure to get out to Weston and visit Devil’s Den Preserve before the leaves all fall to see the best views of Connecticut fall foliage.
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Have you ever spent a fall day at Devil’s Den Preserve? How was the foliage? We’d love to hear about your thoughts and experiences in the comments, and don’t forget to then go share photos from your outdoor adventures with us in our Connecticut Nature Lovers group on Facebook, or by tagging us using the hashtag #onlyinconnecticut on Instagram for a chance to be featured!