Advice for Planning a Leaf-Peeping Road Trip

When is the best time to go on a leaf-peeping road trip? Experts say it depends on where you are looking to see the change in seasons with fall foliage. For those who want to go up north in New England, the best time is between late September and early October for northern Vermont, northern New Hampshire, and Maine. You can take a road trip down Route 100 to see leaves changing currently.

However, there’s a new app out by Yankee magazine that promises to tell you when the leaves are changing throughout New England. “Leaf Peepr” recently came out on the app store and shows users where to find the best eye-popping leaves around. If you are taking a family road trip to see the leaves, then this app can save you time by pointing out the best spots to go.

Is it time to head out on a road trip with your family this fall? Why not stop by Perkins Motor Plex to get an oil change and get a great deal on new tires? It’s best to keep your car reliable and safe before the seasons change.

 

 

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