Great Fall Road Trips on the Cape to Take in Your Chevy

Fall Road Trip | Hyannis, MA

With autumn on the way, the leaves will soon start changing color, and there’s no better place to appreciate those bright reds and golds than Cape Cod. Take your Chevy to some of these beautiful nature trails, and keep in mind that the trees in Cape Cod tend to change later in the season.

Scorton Creek Walking Trails

The Scorton Creek trails in the Shawme-Crowell State Forest are a perfect place to view the fall foliage. Located off Route 6A, also known as Old King’s Highway, the trails consist of a few short loops that are easy to hike.

Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands

The Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands are a perfect spot for a hike, with stunning views of the Herring River in addition to the copious trees. The walking trail is a little under three miles long, so if you’re looking for a hike that will take around an hour, this is a good spot.

Beech Forest Trail

Another short and easy loop that takes you through just under a mile of beautiful, towering trees is the Beech Forest Trail. This trail is near the Cape Code National Seashore, so it’s a perfect place for a quiet hike in the woods after a trip to the water.

 Province Lands Bike Trail

Another National Seashore trail is the Province Lands Bike Trail. This trail is much longer at 6.6 miles and is perfect for biking near the beach. There are picnic tables and restrooms along the trail too, so you can stop for a bite to eat before you go back to exploring the leaves.

No matter where you’re headed, you can enhance your journey with a new or used Chevrolet model from Copeland Chevrolet Hyannais.

Published by BRYAN SCARPELLINI

BRYAN SCARPELLINI- General Manager

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