It may still be summer technically, but we all feel it. That subtle tinge of coolness in the morning air– fall is creeping in as she tends to do, slowly but surely. So what does that mean? It’s time to plan your New Hampshire getaway to experience the White Mountains’ fall foliage in all its saturated golden glory.
Generally, it’s around mid-to-late September when the leaves start to turn, with peak viewing times occurring in mid-October. That means the time to plan your stay is now! Stay with us at the Christmas Farm Inn, and map out your fall excursion to one of the most beautiful areas in the whole country.
Enjoy Amazing Accommodations
When you stay with us at the Christmas Farm Inn, you can enjoy charming accommodations, and so much more. Take a dip in our indoor pool, get a facial or massage at our on-site Aveda day spa, and enjoy convenient and delicious dining at our restaurant, which even features a kids’ menu for those family trips.
Fall Foliage Fun
Take in the beauty of fall during your New Hampshire stay in many fun ways. Go for a scenic drive up the Kancamagus Highway to see the sights, go for a hike and connect with nature again, or if you’re feeling adventurous, try a ziplining experience through the gorgeous leaves. For more ideas on how to take advantage of the White Mountains’ fall foliage during peak season, check out our blog with lots of other great ideas on things to do.
Autumn Activities Near Jackson and North Conway
When you vacation with us, you have access to a whole host of fun things to do right in our backyard. Check out the Conway Scenic Railroad for a train ride through the mountains or the Sherman Corn Maize for fun for the whole family. Be sure to check out some of our other ideas for autumn activities to plan for during your stay with us.
Jackson, NH has been named one of the top 25 Fall Foliage towns in New England, so you know the views will not disappoint! Book your stay now, and start planning the relaxing, fun, fall adventure you’ve been craving.
You can also follow along for updates on the changing trees with this handy Fall Foliage Tracker: