Labor Day weekend is officially behind us and Halloween candy is in my grocery store, which for me, marks the start of fall and outdoor adventures across New England. I’ve compiled six must-sees to explore in each state, along with the best form of CBD to take along with you.
Nashoba Valley Winery, Massachusetts
Nashoba is a fan favorite for Bostonians and beyond, they’re dog and family friendly. Not only do they offer apple picking, apple cider, and apple cider donuts; they make their own unique wine, beer and spirits including a blueberry merlot and a strawberry rhubarb wine. Hop in the car with a bag of CBD apple belts for a fall day of fun.
Mount Monadnock, New Hampshire
If hiking is your thing, Mount Monadnock is a must! It is the highest peak in New Hampshire and you’ll experience unforgettable views of fall foliage as you ascend. The mountain peak is also famous for being featured in writings by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. After a long, active day treat yourself to a relaxing bath and a lavender CBD bath bomb.
Covered Bridges, Vermont
Vermont is home to more than 100 covered bridges, and it’s stunning to see them among the vibrant colors of fall foliage. Take a morning walk with a cup of coffee and a few drops of CBD oil drops and enjoy scenes from the bridges in picturesque towns like Woodstock and Middlebury. Don’t miss the Windsor Cornish Covered Bridge that spans the Connecticut River.
Acadia National Park, Maine
Fall is one of the best times to visit Acadia! The main draw to the autumn season in Maine is the spectacular fall foliage set against the backdrop of Maine’s rugged coastline. Crowds at Acadia will also be much lighter than in the busier, and hotter summer season, plus you can enjoy a stunning night sky if you stay into the evening. At the beginning of the day, pack a water bottle of CBD lemonade and end of your hike , apply a generous amount of muscle rub.
Cliff Walk, Rhode Island
The Newport Cliff Walk is stunning year-around, but particularly in the fall because the crowds die down, there’s a nice breeze, and you can take your time gawking at the breathtaking mansions, beaches, and wildflowers along the water’s edge. Pack a picnic and CBD chocolate bar to enjoy at Bailey’s Beach.
Antiques Trail, Connecticut
If antiquing is your thing, uncover one-of-a-kind collectibles and furniture on the Connecticut Antiques Trail. Spanning between at least 10 different towns, with auction houses and small town antique shops, flea markets and antique shows, even historic inns filled with treasures, the Trail winds through historic and scenic Connecticut to satisfy enthusiasts and collectors alike. Enjoy a CBD pre-roll as you cruise with friends from town to town.