Maybe it's the apple cider and pumpkins, kids back in school or the first sweater of the season, but as soon as the crisp autumn air hits us, we turn into leaf-peepers. October is perfect for meandering through New England's small towns and back roads on a leaf hunt.
Remember to bring plenty of snacks and a camera. Since rest stops can be few and far between on these roads, be good to yourself and your travel buddies: Even if you don't have to go, at least try.
In this article, we visit 10 scenic routes for leaf peeping across New England state-by-state. Grab a map, fuel up the car and let's find some foliage!