The 6 Best Fall Foliage Drives in New England
August 10, 2012 12:00 am(55 comments) Post a comment
Hidden in the heart of Litchfield County, Connecticut, is the crossroads village of New Preston, perched above a 40-foot waterfall on the Aspetuck River. Just north of here you’ll find Lake Waramaug, nestled in the rolling foothills, and Mt. Tom, both ablaze with rich color every fall.
Best Time to Go: Peak foliage in Connecticut occurs between October 9 and November 9, according to the state’s Department of Environmental Protection (800/282–6863). In season, their website includes daily updates on leaf color.
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