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Picking a B&B during foliage season — 4 Comments

  1. I have been traveling to Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts every year since about 2003 – I have quite an extensive list of BB’s, small inns and lodgings that I personally have stayed at-
    TripAdvisor, Yelp, and the BB sites are all good starting points for locating lodgings- but often a phone call and talking to a live person has found me some hidden gems- and sometimes good prices!
    Jeff has excellent suggestions- thanks for your informative post!
    April

  2. Hi Jeff,

    I enjoy your informative posts. I’m looking forward to our trip to NE this fall. Yea!!!!

    I do have another suggestion for lodging. We are staying for 7 nights in a place in York Harbor, ME. It is a one bedroom studio apartment in a private home over looking the harbour for $1000 total. I found this place on a Vacation Rentals by Owner website or vrbo.com. It is a great site with seemingly limitless options, sizes and locations around the world actually. Each place posts lots of pictures and there are reviews from previous guests.

    Thanks for what you do, Lisa

  3. We have made several trips to N.E. during foliage season and are planning another in Oct. this year. Related to the B&B posts…we travel in a motor home and find that after Oct 15th many campgrounds and RV parks are closed for the season. We try to plan accordingly.
    Ed & Carolyn from San Antonio

    • I used to have a 26′ 5th wheel and I had noted the same but I just had a question about this from Tshelton and they were looking for a camping spot with electric and I found a place in Bass Harbor ME that says they are open until Oct 30th
      I didn’t call to check availability. http://www.bassharbor.com/

      Also for camping near Salem the Winter Island campground stays open through Halloween and closes on the 1st of November (for camping). There are so many I can’t keep up with them. Maybe I should see if there is a digital edition of woodall’s online?

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