Here Are The Best Times And Places To View Fall Foliage In Connecticut
While the leaves haven’t quite started changing colors yet, fall is already in the air in Connecticut. As soon as September rolled around, the air started feeling a bit crisper. The school buses started making their rounds around the neighborhood again. Rather than heading down to the beach on the weekends, soon we’ll be picking apples and pumpkins. Of course, we’ll really know it’s autumn in New England when the leaves begin to change. The big question: when will we see peak foliage?
How will you enjoy autumn in Connecticut? Is there one thing you do every year to enjoy peak foliage? Tell us about it in the comments!
Take a peek at the interactive foliage map here.
Check out this list of fall road trips through Connecticut for inspiration.