New England fall foliage road trips are a must. Leaf peeping has become a favorite familial past time where you take road trips up and down Route 100 to see seasonal changes in the leaves. From rustic reds to bright yellows, these picturesque road trips offer nostalgic, seasonal fun. So, when is the best time to go? Experts say that in September and early October, the leaves begin to change in northern New England states, which includes New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.

However, by late October and early November, leaves change in southern New England states. The best way to see the foliage is a trip down Route 100. You can catch the fall changes and stop at Smuggler’s Notch. You can also use a new app by Yankee Magazine called the Leaf Peepr app.

Want to get your car checked out before heading on a road trip? You can get great deals and fast service at Jaguar Fox Valley, which is conveniently located in Appleton.


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