If you have never seen the leaves change in New England, put this on your bucket list. When the temperature drops to a nice chill at night, the leaves start to change to yellows, orange, purple, red, brown and a whole mix of shades.
The leaves change first in the elevations and low-lying areas, then they move southward and to the coastal areas last. The Islands turn even later, sometimes almost a week or two later. Timing the perfect color tour can be challenging but from your location at the PineCrest you can find a short drive to either the elevated areas or coastal, so if there is color somewhere, we can help you find it.
The fall activities include leaf peeping tours, museums, restaurants, shopping, state parks, lighthouses, some of the most gorgeous coastline tours imaginable. Fewer people are visiting in the Fall so taking your time to really soak in the beauty of the state is in order.
We’ll help and provide you with several driving tours to enjoy the amazing colors of nature.