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Falling for Fall: 4 Places for Fall Foliage

In Exercise, Health, Lifestyle, New York City, Travel on 10/18/2011 at 2:05 pm

Next to summer in the city, there’s nothing better than NYC during autumn. There’s a certain amount of romance that makes you feel like you’re in a Woody Allen movie. Whether it’s donning on some extra layers or just watching the leaves change. Central Park doesn’t have to be your only escape from the city. MaxWell Medical has 4 Places for Fall Foliage that is a bus, train, car ride away.

4 Places for Fall Foliage

1)  Adirondack Park– This Park is the largest National Historic Landmark Park but, it’s not just known for its vivid history. The foliage makes for a breathtaking landscape and has been said to inspire the great works of Longfellow, Thoreau, Einstein and the Roosevelt’s and maybe even you!

2)  Niagara Falls State Park-   The grand waterfall makes for a far more fascinating view of fall foliage.  Enjoy a walk on the Upper Great Gorge Trail that leads to the Whirlpool Rapids to see more spectacular scenery.

3)  Old Westbury Gardens  This majestic estate is located only 30 minutes from NYC. Take a tour inside the Charles II mansion or walk around the 200+ acres of formal gardens and landscaped grounds.

4) Connetquot River State Park Preserve– With over 3000 acres of land, there is plenty to do at this park. Whether you would rather hike or go Horseback riding, this park has beautiful views along the Connetquot River.

Break out the turtlenecks and get your walking stick ready for these fantastic places to check out fall foliage. Why stay inside when there is still so much to do in and out of NYC? MaxWell Medical wants to get out there and ADORE AUTUMN!

Get an instant Fall Foliage Report, here http://www.iloveny.com/What-To-Do/Reasons-To-Love-NY/Fall-Foliage-Report.aspx

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