Fall in New Hampshire
For an Update on New Hampshire Foliage Reports
When is Peak Season? – Northern NH – September till beginning of October
Southern NH – Beginning ofOctober till the middle
Temperature and moisture is what makes these dates vary.
Beech Hill Corn Maze Hopkinton
Haunted Acres Epping
House of Fear Manchester
Hudson Pumpkin Fest Hudson
NH Fright Fest Nashua
Pumpkin Fest Milford
Visit the Farm Candia
With its abundance of color, fall may be the best time of the year. The brisk cool air makes the leaves turn an assortment of colors, making an eyeful of burgundy’s, burnt oranges and golden colors. The cool climate in N.H. offers some of the best fall Foliage around, and it presents itself in the mountains, the valley’s, down back roads and along tree lined streets.
View the various Covered bridges that surround N.H. Visit a State park in NH. There are still a few NH Fairs in September & October. Plan to visit the Science Center in Holderness. Here are places to go Apple picking around the state.
Gardening – Fall is the best time to plant perennial flowers, trees, shrubs & evergreens.
When trees change
Getting around NH
Lodging – Cabins/Cottages, Hotels & Inns Click
NH Attractions – Click
NH Hunting Season – Click king – This time of the year the weather can be unseasonably warm with sudden changes…don’t get caught wearing shorts & T shirt in an unexpected storm. Clothing should be worn for the weather.
Keeping things fun for fall.
Visit a Fair – click Carve a Pumpkin
Eat Candy Apples Dress up for Halloween
Visit Apples Orchards click Eat Candy corn
Bake Apple pies