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Photograph America Newsletter on Autumn Color in Connecticut
 
In the state of Connecticut, the best fall color arrives later in mid-October and can last until early November. Across the northern part of this state, many small state parks offer dense hardwood forests crisscrossed with hiking trails. You’ll find waterfalls, covered bridges, and fall foliage that equals the best you’ll find in Vermont and New Hampshire. In the southern parts of Connecticut, harbor scenes and lighthouses on Long Island Sound can be photographed with fall foliage backgrounds. This newsletter provides directions to the best locations for fall color photography. Add Connecticut to your list of locations for future fall foliage photo trips.
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PDF File via download (with color photos)
Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine are favorite autumn color destinations. After the foliage passes its peak of color in the northern New England states, the autumn season moves south through Massachusetts. In Connecticut, the best fall color arrives later in mid-October and can last until early November. In southern Connecticut, harbor scenes and lighthouses can be photographed with fall foliage backgrounds.
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Locations
  • Beckley Pond Brook
  • Bigelow Hollow State Park
  • Bluff Point Coastal Reserve
  • Bulls Bridge
  • Campbell Falls State Park
  • Cornwall Covered Bridge
  • Devil's Den Preserve
  • Furnace Brook
  • Happy Acres Farm
  • Kent, Connecticut
  • Macedonia Brook State Park
  • Middle River
  • Mystic Seaport
  • Norfolk, Connecticut
  • Peoples State Forest
  • Shenipsit State Forest
  • Soapstone Mountain
  • Stafford Springs
  • Stonington, Connecticut
  • Suffield, Connecticut
  • Tunxis State Forest
  • Willimantic River
  • Winsted, Connecticut