Leaf Peeping on the Mohawk Trail

After visiting so many amazing places in the last couple of years, it’s easy to forget how beautiful your own backyard can be and when it comes to Fall, there is no place like New England! Last weekend, we took Lady T on her final overnight for the season and enjoyed a beautiful drive on the Mohawk Trail in Massachusetts.

The Mohawk Trail was designated the first scenic byway in America in 1914 and over 100 years later, people from all over the world continue to flock to the area to view the stunning autumnal changes. We chose Country Aire Campground in Charlemont for our stay and stopped frequently along the way to snap several fantastic foliage shots. Check them out!

Fall in Western Massachusetts

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