Fall Fun In and Around Boston
Fresh hot cider, crisp juicy apples, and sugary cider doughnuts are all some of the best parts of fall in New England. Apple-picking brings you back to the wonders of the fall season and back to a peaceful and happy time, perfect for a getaway!
Check out our list of local farms that offer fun fall activities and pick your own apples! All of these apple-picking spots are less than an hour's drive away from Boston and we will send you off with a mug of hot cider to get you started!
Belkin Family Lookout Farm
Boston Hill Farm
For those that love to leaf-peep, check out a few drives that promise to bring some fall beauty to your day:
Keene, NH round-trip - This 80 mile loop of the Monadnock Region promises beautiful foliage as well as historic towns along the way, should you wish to stop. Drive Route 101 to Marlborough, NH and then head south on Route 124. Be sure to stop at Monadnock State Park, which features over 4,000 miles of hiking trails and breathtaking views of Mount Monadnock.
Conway, NH to Lincoln, NH - Otherwise known as the Kancamagus Highway, this 35 mile section of Route 112 will shine this autumn. Unlike other routes, this two-lane road doesn't feature quaint shops or mom-and-pop restaurants - only eye-popping color as the only pull-offs will look out over waterfalls, mountains and national forest.