Enjoy The Last Bit Of Fall At The Esplanade In Massachusetts

If you’ve spent any amount of time in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, you’ve probably taken a stroll through The Esplanade. This gorgeous park along the Charles River has a few names, but to locals it’s always called The Esplanade. Though this slice of nature in downtown Boston is most popular in the spring and summer, we’d argue that it truly comes to life in the fall. If you’re looking to enjoy the last bit of fall in Massachusetts without going too far from home, be sure to head to Boston’s Esplanade before all of the fall colors are gone.

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Have you ever taken a walk through The Esplanade in fall? What’s your favorite part about this Boston park?

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Address: Charles River Esplanade, Boston, MA, USA