Fun Fall Foliage Guide
It’s falls ya’ll.
Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly this year. Take time to sit and watch the leaves turn! Get sweater-weather ready and pick your favorite pumpkin spice beverage to sip on as you make your way to the Interlaken Inn!
During your visit, we want you to make the most of the fall breeze and the autumn leaves. Our fall foliage guide will remind you that change can be not only beautiful but fun for the whole family!
Plan your visit accordingly, and do not forget to book your stay in advance.
Connecticut is expecting a magnificent foliage season! Like most places throughout New England, we have peak foliage timeframes. This will help you determine a time that works with your schedule and with the leaves.
Start your trip with some good ol’ fashion leaf-peeping. Whether you drive the back roads, take a hike in the state parks or take a boat ride down the Connecticut River, there are all kinds of ways to soak up the fall breeze and enjoy the autumn leaves.
Talcott Mountain State Park
Mohawk State Forest
Haystack Mountain State Park
Peoples State Forest
Pachaug State Forest
Macedonia Brook State Park
Shenipsit State Forest
If you love fall most of all, then you probably love apple picking, apple cider, and caramel apples. There is nothing quite like the taste of apples during the fall. We have a wide selection of large and small apple farms and orchards in Connecticut. Take your pick and fill a basket or shop for fresh produce as well as freshly baked goods.
Apple Farms and Orchards to Choose:
Orchards Golf Course
Blue Jay Orchards
Hickory Hill Orchards
Beardsley’s Cider Mill & Orchard
There are 90 days to make the most of the fun-fall activities! It begins on September 22 and ends on December 21st. During that time, you need to pick the perfect pumpkin and carve a jack-o-lantern.
The Pickin Patch at Woodford Farm
Maple Lane Farms
Whittle's Willow Spring Farm
Pick your poison and spook the whole family! Connecticut has a wide variety of spooky spots, from a hayride in a zombie-filled corn-field to haunted houses and ghost tours along the shore.
Trail of Terror, Wallingford
Fright Haven, Stratford
Rails to the Darkside, East Windsor
Haunted Graveyard, Bristol
Spirits of Milford Ghost Walks, Milford
Get lost in a corn maze and solve a puzzle in order to find your way out! Farms all over Connecticut turn their cornfields into complex corn mazes. Some operate at night, so do not forget your flashlight or you may never find your way out.
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farms, Sharon
Castle Hill Farm, Newton
Fort Hill Farms, Thompson
The Farm, Woodbury
Buttonwood Farm, Griswold
Foster Family Farm, South Windsor
If you love fall most of all, Connecticut is the place to be. Not only is it beautiful but it also offers a variety of fun fall activities for the whole family. Book your stay at the Interlaken Inn and follow our fall foliage guide!