Check Out The Best Time To See Fall Foliage in New Jersey
Even though I am a huge fan of Summer, and I don't like the weather to get cooler, I can definitely appreciate the beauty of the leaves turning each year.
While many people travel upstate or head west for a weekend day trip just to see the fall foliage, you will most likely still find me doing fall boating wearing a hoodie. I'm hanging onto boating for as long as possible. That doesn't mean I don't appreciate the beauty of the leaves turning as I mentioned in the previous paragraph, I would just rather be boating
If you are going to be one of those people who travel upstate to see the turning of the leaves, the best time to see the foliage on the east coast is in the middle to the end of October
According to Accuweather:
More mountainous inland regions in upstate New York, New Hampshire, and Vermont are looking at a peak between Oct. 8 and 15, and those farther south and west can expect a peak anywhere between Oct. 22 and Nov. 5.
If you do go upstate to see this year's fall foliage, I really do look forward to seeing all your pics on social media because as I stated earlier, I'll most likely be on the water still doing fall boating