This Fall Foliage Cruise In Connecticut Is The Perfect Way To Embrace The Season
We are all getting excited for the upcoming season when green leaves change into glorious yellows, oranges, and reds. To enjoy the colorful display in Connecticut you can always take an
outdoor hike. However, if you are looking for a new way to go leaf peeping, try jumping aboard this fall foliage river cruise.
RiverQuest runs sightseeing tours on the Connecticut River. Enjoy a relaxing ride on the southern part of the river and take in the sights.
While trips aboard RiverQuest are fun any time of the year, during the fall they are particularly scenic when the riverbanks come alive with color.
The boat has plenty of large windows affording panoramic views. Instead of driving the backroads for your scenery, let someone else steer the course.
Pass local landmarks like the historic Gillette Castle and the
nation's oldest ferry.
View the changing leaves showing off their bright and bold hues. Don't forget your camera for this fall foliage river cruise.
Expect to see wildlife lurking near the banks of the river. Keep your eyes peeled — you never know what you might see.
Feel free to pack a lunch, snack, or beverage. Cruises vary in length between 1 and 1 1/2 hours depending on which cruise and time you select.
Sightseeing tours in the fall run Wednesday through Sunday. Cruises depart from Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam across the river from the Goodspeed Opera House.
Find the dock at 14 Little Meadow Rd., Haddam, CT. For more information about cruise schedules and tickets, visit the
Is this fall foliage river cruise going onto your autumn bucket list? The season is predicted to have
incredible scenery so make your reservations now before these trips are sold out.
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