Gold Peaks in Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Area

Yesterday, VisitNH said “pockets of color” still can be seen in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region.” Around Sunapee, the late foliage colors are beautiful.

“Splashes of bright oranges and reds are remaining in the Upper Valley and around Lake Sunapee. Northern red oaks are showing their deep browns among the yellows of the quaking aspen and the birches. Routes 10, 114, and 120 are best bets for scenic drives. Pumpkins, apples and gourds are still available at roadside stands.”

VisitNH : Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee.

And there’s more…at one of our favorite local markets.

In New London this weekend, Spring Ledge Farm on Main Street, will hold a Moonlight Maze on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22 and 23  from 6:30-9:00 pm.

“Explore the maze by the light of the full moon,” reads the invite.

The maze, 3 acres with 1 1/4 miles of paths, will be open every day until November 1st.  Corn Maze Aerial 3Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for kids ages 4-12, and free for kids 3 and under. Parking is available at the farm; follow the signs down the driveway.

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