The Economics of Leaf-Peeping

Bostonmagazine.com’s article “The Economics of Leaf-Peeping” reports that more than 2.5 million visitors come to Massachusetts during October with thirty percent come for leaf-peeping, notably in the Berkshires. One recent survey found the average leaf-peeping family spends $1,000 in Massachusetts per trip and their favorite activities include touring a vineyard, leaf-peeping, visiting a fair, attending a football gameĀ  and apple-picking.

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