Top 5 New England Locations For a Fall Foliage Ring Selfie

Author Veronica Rose
Date Oct 18, 2021

Living in New England, we're lucky that we get to experience the fall foliage to its fullest. If you're newly engaged, you're going to want to take as many selfies with that ring as possible; and how lucky are you that you get to do it during the fall season! When the leaves start changing colors, the fall views can really be breathtaking. So why not take advantage of it?  Read our list of the best places in MA and NH to take the perfect ring selfie for fall.

NH - Franconia Notch State Park

Located in, you guessed it, Franconia, NH, this state park has more than enough walking trails, flume gorges and lake views within the White Mountains to make all your fall ring selfie dreams come true. Artist's Bluff trail, for instance, is only a 1.5 mile trail that is a great option for those that don't want to go through an intense hike to enjoy the pretty views. Once you get to the end point of this scenic trail, the views of Echo Lake and the rest of the park are well worth it.

NH - Flume Covered Bridge

What kind of list would this be if it didn't include a covered bridge? Located in Lincoln, NH off Daniel Webster Highway, and built in 1871, this picturesque bridge offers a historic spot for all your ring photo needs. The bridge's vibrant red color also fits in beautifully with the fall landscape. Once you've taken photos of your ring from every angle in front of the bridge, you can even head down the trail's two-mile walking path that will take you to other great photo-worthy spots such as waterfalls, dense forest and more covered bridges.

MA - Wachusett Mountain

Enjoy the scenic fall foliage views from the 2,000 foot peak of Wachusett Mountain located in Princeton, MA. You can either take your car straight to the summit if you're not up for a hike or you can bike, walk and hike through 17 miles of trails that will take you through forests, meadows, lakes and ponds that make for a great fall ring selfie backdrop. Watch fall come to life while you explore everything this stunning park has to offer - and you'll have the photos to remember it!

MA - Acorn Street/Beacon Hill

Nothing quite says fall in Boston like falling leaves and cobblestone streets. This is why we would be remiss if we didn't recommend the most photographed location in all of Boston - Acorn Street. This picturesque location found in Beacon Hill has everything you could want for a ring photo-op for fall. The brick buildings Boston has become notorious for certainly don't hurt the fall aesthetic either.

MA - Monument Mountain

Monument Mountain - or anywhere in the Berkshires really - could not be more perfect for capturing the best fall views for a photo. Hike to the top of the mountain to see the fall leaves from the peak if you're up for it or take a stroll along the walking trails at the bottom for some views through the trees if you're not. There are plenty of opportunities to snap a quick selfie anywhere on this mountain.

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