A Visit To Moore State Park In Autumn Is An Other-Worldly Massachusetts Experience

Autumn in the Bay State is a time of year everyone wants to visit, and it’s easy to see why. Massachusetts is home to tons of nature spots that are bursting with fall colors, and Moore State Park is no exception. This 400-acre state park in the middle of the state in Paxton has come alive with fall foliage, and it’s truly an otherworldly experience. Take a hike past an old sawmill, a waterfall, and hundreds of trees that are bursting with beautiful colors. You won’t want to pass up a visit to Moore State Park in autumn, but you’ll want to act soon before all of the leaves are gone!

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Have you ever been to Moore State Park during fall? What was it like? We’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments, and don’t forget to then go share photos from your Massachusetts outdoor adventures with us in our Massachusetts Nature Lovers group on Facebook, or by tagging us at #onlyinmassachusetts on Instagram for a chance to be featured!

Address: 1 Sawmill Rd, Paxton, MA 01612, USA