tech<a href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.usmre.com/4957/blog/misc/Lake-Winnipesaukee-Cruise.png"> <img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-845" style="border: 0px none; margin: 8px;" alt="Lake Winnipesaukee's M/S Mount Washington " src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.usmre.com/4957/blog/misc/Lake-Winnipesaukee-Cruise-300x200.png" width="300" height="200"/></a>We can all feel it: the slow commencement of autumn in New England. Students are back to school, vacationers are returning home, and the first official day of fall is just days away. Yet theres no doubt New Hampshires Lakes Region will soak up every last ounce of nice weather, which will continue even after the summers seasonal end on September 22nd. Lake Winnipesaukee will still be busy with the boaters, anglers, and golfers among our regions short-term renters and owners of gorgeous lake real estate. Once the leaves start turning, the Lakes Region will see new activities: apples will be picked, cider made, Mt. Washington hiked, and many who stick around the lakes will surely celebrate fall with a <a title="Lake Winnipesaukee cruises" href="http://cruisenh.com/" target="_blank">Lake Winnipesaukee cruise</a> on the M/S Mount Washington. For the beautiful views of autumn foliage, the two-hour Sunday Afternoon Dinner Cruise delivers. Theres live music, a buffet dinner, dancing, and, of course, breathtaking views of New Englands beautiful fall foliage. Get out your cameras and head for the Lakes Region this fall! Pack your cider and sweaters and view the surrounding mountains from the water this year.