The air is starting to cool and sunset is coming earlier, but there’s still plenty of time to get outdoors and explore. Join NSRWA on one of our fall foliage pontoon tours or walks.

Pontoon Tours
Saturday, October 7   Historic Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour (2)   11:00-1:00 & 1:00-3:00
Sunday, October 8      Fall Foliage Nature Pontoon Tour   1:00-3:00pm
Friday, October 13      Sunset Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour    4:30-6:30pm
Saturday, October 21  Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour  (2)     11:00-1:00 & 1:00-3:00
Friday, October 27      Sunset Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour    4:00-6:00pm

Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour – Autumn means beautiful fall foliage in New England and what better way to experience it than on the water. Enjoy a leisurely 2 hour pontoon boat cruise up the North River as you take in all Mother Nature has to offer. October 21

Historic Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour – New England’s fall foliage is legendary and there is no place better to view it than on the beautiful North River. Enjoy a leisurely 2 hour pontoon boat cruise through some of the most scenic and historic areas on the South Shore. October 7

Fall Foliage Nature Pontoon Tour  – Autumn’s crisp chill and vibrant colors provide the perfect backdrop for a leisurely 2 hour cruise on the North River. Enjoy the scenic views while learning a little bit about the science behind the dazzling display and more! October 8

Sunset Fall Foliage Pontoon Tour – Let the brilliant hues of autumn and the stunning scenery charm you as you take a leisurely 2 hour pontoon boat cruise up the historic North River. Enjoy the show put on by Mother Nature as the colors change with the approaching sunset. October 13, 27

Sunday, October 15    Dams of the Indian Head River Walk      1:00-3:00pm

Dams of the Indian Head River Walk – Learn about the history of the dams and their ecological impacts to the Indian Head River on a walk along the old Hanover Branch railroad bed trail. Led by Judy Grecco, local naturalist and historian, you will learn about the various industries that made the dams necessary as well as gain an understanding of the impact the dams have on the rivers ecology today. October 15