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Thursday, September 28, 2006

leavesThe next couple months will be the best time to see nature’s beauty and all it’s magnificent colors.  Warm shades of red, orange and yellow will fill the trees tops from New England to the Rockies and everywhere in between.  Bed & breakfast inns offer fantastic discounts and packages during Fall Foliage season.  Search for all the best deals at www.BnBFinder.com/Fall.

Innkeepers are waiting to welcome you this fall.  Who better to tell you the local hotspots, best places to eat and what to see then someone who knows the area personally?  Receive the personal and intimate service that everyone’s looking for.  Stay at a B&B today!

For more Fall Foliage getaways, deals and information, read Autumn in the Northeast: Tips Drives and Timelines by IndependentTraveler.com.




  1. As the month of October approaches, so are the colors of the fall foilage in Southwest Wisconsin.
    The hill and valleys are seeing shades of yellow and oranges with the sumac in prime reds. With the area Octoberfest held in La Crosse on Septermber 29 through October 6th, and the outdoor recreation available in this area you will have a fun filled time during the week or on the week-ends.

    Comment by Marie — September 27, 2006 @ 11:59 pm

  2. We are enjoying the most beautiful Indian summer along the shoreline in Niantic, CT. The days are sunny, the air crisp and the beaches are peaceful. Apple picking at the local orchards, a trip to Clyde’s Cider Mill in Old Mystic, an evening stroll along the boardwalk, a fireside respite…all this and more as we enjoy all that Fall has to offer. The old sugar maples along the driveway, once they have turned to orange, yellow and red fill the sky with brilliant color. Nature is an amazing artist and will paint the rolling Connecticut hills a rainbow of color. There is no place like New England to enjoy a truly spectacular Autumn!

    Comment by Fourteen Lincoln Street — September 28, 2006 @ 7:20 am

  3. We have the most beautiful fall sugar maple in town. It becomes a fiery orange and can be seen from just about anywhere. The best room to view this stunning tree is either on the front porch with a cup of coffee or in The Blue Ridge Room!

    Come and See Virginia She’ll steal your thunder! – Blue Ridge Parkway has more variety of leafy trees than any other drive. The Claiborne House is the half-way point on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia, MP 121. Motorcyclists welcome.

    Comment by Innkeeper — September 28, 2006 @ 4:43 pm

  4. ALL LEAF PEEPERS welcome here in SW Virginia. Mid October is the best viewing time but if you travel down from Skyline drive to us – try early Oct.

    We’ll put the coffee on…

    Comment by Innkeeper — September 28, 2006 @ 4:55 pm

  5. Maples are showing some red and orange already. The Cincinnati region is preparing for “Tall Stacks” when all the riverboats that navigate the Ohio come to Cincinnati. Only once every four years does this come together with music, reinacters costumed for riverboat heyday, dinner cruises, etc. All for only $25 per person for all 4 days. We still have one room open, call asap. An unforgettable experience.

    Comment by Jen — September 30, 2006 @ 9:17 am

  6. New England is so beautiful in the fall. We have been to Kennybunkport, Maine. Jackson, New Hampshire, All over Vermont. You can’t go wrong

    Comment by Jane K. Morgan — October 2, 2006 @ 9:05 pm

  7. Thanks

    Comment by Jane K. Morgan — October 2, 2006 @ 9:06 pm

  8. I had the chance to drive around town yesterday and leaves are just beginning to turn. Hanover is in south central Pennsylvania near Gettysburg, an area known for its history and pastoral settings. Old stone farmhouses stand proudly along winding back roads that take you past farms (the apples are great!) and wineries on your way to shop for antiques or explore the Battlefield in Gettysburg. If you like hiking, Cordorus State Park is ideal for getting some exercise and taking in the colors of fall.

    Comment by Kathryn White — October 4, 2006 @ 1:32 pm

  9. Heeeeeeeeeeeeere they come! Yellow and oranges popping up sporadically. We have temps dropping in the evenings and waking up to beautiful blue skies!

    The Blue Ridge Parkway is becoming a mosaic of color – starting from the North and heading southward – it is gorgeous!

    Smith Mountain Lake (8 miles from here) is beginning to bud into color. There is nothing like Leaf Peeping at the lake!

    Comment by Innkeeper — October 6, 2006 @ 8:50 am

  10. Some of the leaves have turned in the Asheville/Hendersonville, NC area, but are probably a week away from peak colors at lower elevations. Leaves are also reaching peak towards the Waynesville, NC area, as well. Lots of yellows and golds, and some reds. Hopefully more brilliant colors to come!

    Comment by Lisa — October 17, 2006 @ 12:48 pm

  11. There is beauty in these hills and valleys of Southwest Wisconsin. With the peak of leaf color behind us until next year, there still are great vistas in the area. Visit the La Crosse, Wisconsin area or take in some Norweigian heritage in Westby for a quick getaway.

    Comment by Marie — October 17, 2006 @ 3:40 pm

  12. I only wish I could post a photo of the sugar maple in front of our B&B, it is un-be-liev-able! TOTALLY BRILLIANT ORANGE! Drive by any time! 185 Claiborne Ave, Rocky Mount VA 24151 http://www.ClaiborneHouse.net

    Comment by Innkeeper — October 17, 2006 @ 5:14 pm

  13. Weather has been odd, but we still can expect beautiful weather for horseback riding, fishing and hiking in Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati region.

    It’s still great color for landscape painters. Midweek days are calm and quiet. Weekends are full of fall festivals and arts events.

    Come visit us soon.

    Comment by Jen — October 19, 2006 @ 9:21 am

  14. Every Autumn people come from across the country to Alton, Illinois to enjoy breathtaking fall foliage against a backdrop of towering limestone bluffs, rolling hills, and scenic river views. The warm sunny days and cool nights have combined to make this a must do.

    The Alton Convention & Visitors Bureau has prepared a special Fall Color Caravan Brochure which may be downloaded at http://www.visitalton.com or which is available in printed form at The BEALL MANSION.

    For more information on The BEALL MANSION’s special Fall Foliage Getaway you may visit
    http://beallmansion.com/Leisure/special%20packages/seasonal_packages/autumn/fall_foliage.html or call (618) 474-9100 or Toll Free 1-866-The-BEALL (1-866-843-2325).

    Comment by Jim & Sandy Belote — October 23, 2006 @ 10:35 pm

  15. Hello Everyone,
    I’d like to ask for a little help.
    If anyone – but mainly those who live there – could tell me when is the best time to see the fall colors in Kentucky (Cumberland Falls, Natural Bridge areas) that eould help me out a lot. I haven’t been on a vacation in the l few yrs and I don’t want to mess this up :) Also I’d like to shoot some photos on the trip.
    Thanks. info@picturesbyme.com

    Comment by A. — September 21, 2008 @ 1:42 am

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