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Where to go Leaf Peeping is the Question and has the Answers

Three million acres of Massachusetts forest make “for beautiful outdoor experiences,” according to Keiko Matsudo Orrall, executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism.

“We are renowned for beautiful views and vistas, especially this time of year, from late September to early November,” she said.

Some of the spots worth checking out this season, she said, are Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary in Natick, where you can canoe alongside the colors on the Charles River, Quabbin Reservoir in Belchertown, always a popular area for foliage, and Skinner State Park in Hadley, with its “breathtaking views of the Connecticut River.”

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