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Old 08-21-2010, 04:54 PM   #1
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New England fall foilage

What are the best areas in which to view fall foilage in New England? Recommend RV parks, 36" Winnebago.
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I can't help you with locations but I can sure appreciate your anticipation. Its hot here in Texas.
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The White Mountains of New Hampshire- Camping Here is a good place to start. If by New England you intend on focusing on NH. The area between Lake Winnepesaukee and Franconia Notch is a nice stretch of scenery as well as having plenty of things to do, if you tire of leaf peeping. I've stayed at Meredith woods (very quiet and private sites) as well as The White Mountains of New Hampshire- Meredith Harbor Hill. Most of the campgrounds will meet your needs and won't be 5 star resorts, but the people are friendly and chances are you'll be out in the area during the day. I've also stayed at a place called Branch Brook Campground > Home Branch Brook, which has limited power, but if your up there for the foliage Sept-Oct, you will not need AC. You'll need to start booking sites soon as the camp grounds to get full, especially up through the Columbus day weekend.
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Recommend RV parks, 36" Winnebago.
I doubt if you will have any problem parking the 36" ( only 3 feet long) Winnebago anywhere you want.

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Check this site out. The Best Places to See Fall Leaves Colors
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VM,

We are headed that way in our NH 5ver around 23 of Sept. from Austin to do a little photography work. Plan to be back in Austin around the first week of November.

Pasport America has plenty of CGs on their list for ME - NH -VT.

My plans are to base around Conway, NH for at least a week and then move over to Cent. VT for at least another week.

Conway is only about 70 miles to Portland, ME so making a day trip to ME coastline is very simple as is a day trip up the west-NW lake regions of ME.

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Yankee Foliage - Your Source for New England Fall Foliage or

NH Vacations Events Lodging Dining Real Estate Golfing Inns Hotels Resorts NH Living Magazine NewHampshire Travel Guide or

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and you will find all the info you will need on "where" to leaf peep.

Maybe we'll run into ya'll up that way.

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