New Englands's narrow roads were a challenge to me and my 30-foot Class A Motorhome, but the scenery made it all worthwhile.
This article from the Boston Insider describes nearby Leaf-Peeping opportunities.
"Walden Pond is where Henry David Thoreau lived in solitude, reflected on the beauty of nature and wrote the famous series of essays in the book Walden. A furnished replica of Thoreau's cabin stands near the parking lot; the site of the original cabin is staked out in stone about a half mile away. We recommend a hike through this State Park on a beautiful autumn day -- thanks largely to the efforts of conservationists, the area has been preserved and appears much the way it did in Thoreau's day and offers spectacular fall color."
Read the article here:
The Boston Insider: Travel Tips on Getting the Most Out of Boston