Sunday, August 3, 2014

New England Fall Events: The Everything-You-Need Guide to the Best Fall Activities, Festivals, and Events

With the fall season just around the corner, we have been working round the clock to prepare New England Fall Events with the most up-to-date, comprehensive information about New England farms, orchards, seasonal attractions, festivals, and family fun. Along with our companion website Halloween New England, we have you covered for anything and everything you want to do from September to November in our beautiful, beloved region. 

This fall, New Englanders have much to look forward to. Here are some of the highlights you can expect from New England Fall Events:

More. When it comes to planning your fall fun, having all the information you need in one place is essential. That's what we do best. 

CT Apple Picking Guide on New England Fall Events Listing PYO
CT Apple Picking Guide on
New England Fall Events
Easy. It's a snap to find what you are searching for on New England Fall Events. You already know where you plan to have fun (state) you have your heart set on what you want to do (apple picking) and in two clicks you have all the PYO apple orchards where you can spend a gorgeous Saturday in October right at your fingertips. 

Useful. Every single farm and orchard on New England Fall Events has a unique page with a list of activities and features about their farm along with a map, contact info, and a website, if they have one. You can easily make your plans by using the map and directions in one click right from their farm page.

Maps. Click on the state where you plan to spend your time and you find a map with all the farms and fall attractions available in every New England state. Click on the dot and you've got a link to their farm or orchard page on our website where you can find more info. 

New England Fall Events'  Interactive Attraction Map Farms Orchards Locations Image
New England Fall Events'
Interactive Attraction Map
Plan well. If you're autumn lovers and road-trippers like us, you spend your September and October fitting in as many fall traditions and seasonal activities as you can during this special time of year. There's just one all-too-short season to squeeze everything in so we understand that it's essential to be able to plan carefully and smartly. We are your planning solution for fitting in a hayride, a pumpkin patch, and a food festival all in one day. Our state attraction maps are the key to helping you know which activities are within driving distance and which you can reasonably accomplish in one afternoon.  

Inspiration. Starting in September we'll send out weekly updates to make sure you know about fall events and special activities coming up for the weekend. Regardless of whether you are a planner or a spontaneous type, we've got your back. Our regular blog posts will give you an inside, on-site experience of different events, festivals, and outings complete with pointers for planning your visit plus extra tips for families. Remember to add your email to the handy "follow us by email" box on the right-hand side of the blog so you won't miss a single What's Coming Up this Weekend planning guide. We'll come right to your inbox...and we promise to never bother you or sell your information.

Sample Farm Page and features for Smolak Farms - N. Andover, MA New England Fall Events Image
Sample Farm Page for
Smolak Farms - N. Andover, MA
Focus. New England Fall Events is website highlighting mostly daytime activities. Night owls and thrill seekers will appreciate our companion site Halloween New England. There you will find similarly useful guides and maps to New England night/haunted corn mazes, night/haunted hayrideshaunted houses and trailsghost toursSalem attractionscostumes, and Halloween events. Halloween New England is less family-focused yet it's an invaluable tool for families planning which events and tours are suitable for their kids or teens and which attractions are simply held at night and are non-scary. 

Shop Local, Stay Local. When you use New England Fall Events, you are making a conscious choice to support local family farms, small businesses, and enjoy seasonal activities that are the lifeblood of our communities. By choosing your pumpkin from a local farm, by creating new traditions of annual apple picking, or by spending an hour or two in a corn maze, you are helping to sustain your neighbors and community farms.

We always welcome your thoughts and feedback about New England Fall Events. Stay tuned for more updates and weekly recommendations as we round into fall!

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