The native sugar maples in Vermont play a significant role in why hundreds of visitors worldwide visit this state in the fall. The trees turn the state red, orange, and gold, particularly between early September and mid-October.
There are so many ways to enjoy the fall season in New York. You can take a boat tour, a train ride, or a cable car to experience the fall foliage or walk around the small towns marveling at the glorious autumn colors.
For the best leaf peeping experience in New Hampshire, drive the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains between Lincoln and North Conway. The Crawford Notch and Franconia Notch state parks have some of the most beautiful fall scenes.