Here in New England, we know we're lucky to live in one of the best parts of the US.

Over the years, countless studies have directed high praise towards our region. Last year, a WalletHub study announced the best small cities in the country, and eight New England towns made the list. We're also known for having the most magical winter wonderland towns, underrated destinationshottest zip codesbest places to visit, coolest towns, and more.

With the holiday season just around the corner, a website called CountryLiving shared this list of the best Thanksgiving towns in the nation. But what exactly constitutes an excellent Thanksgiving town? Here's some of what the source had to say:

From waterside locales dotted with palm trees to postcard-perfect small towns with amazing leaf peeping, these destinations will make for the best Thanksgiving vacations for 2023. From apple picking to pretty porch spotting, embrace all the best things about fall in a new place this holiday.

As it turns out, six lucky New England towns were featured on CountryLiving's list. These special communities are filled with history, scenery, and of course, quintessential New England charm. Let's learn more about the communities and why they're worth a visit around Thanksgiving.

6 of the Best Thanksgiving Towns in the US Are in New England

CountryLiving published this list of the best Thanksgiving towns in the nation. Let's learn more about the six New England communities which made the list.

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Do you think these are the best Thanksgiving towns in New England, or should other places be featured? Reach out and let us know.

In the meantime, there are certain things you should never say to New Englanders at the Thanksgiving table. Let's have a look.

Here's What Not to Say to New Englanders at the Thanksgiving Table

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When it comes to Thanksgiving, these foods are always better homemade.

These Thanksgiving Food Items Must Be Homemade, According to Granite Staters

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