Friday, October 28, 2016
Foliage is moving past peak in the Seacoast Region. The wind and rain over the past several days has taken its toll on the leaves. That said, visitors will still find some emerging color in the Back Channel in Portsmouth. This is a great time to combine a fall drive on country roads with an exploration of old cemeteries, like Point of Graves in Portsmouth’s South End (corner of Mechanic Street) and the Thyng family graveyard on the Newfields-Exeter town line on Oaklands Road. Or consider doing some exploring at Odiorne Point State Park. There are miles of walking trails and this is also where you’ll find Old Odiorne Point Cemetery, one of the oldest burial grounds in the state. This is the final foliage report for the Seacoast Region for the season. Be sure to check back next fall when foliage season rolls around again.

Percentage:  100%
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