Fall Is The Perfect Time To Visit This Historic Mountain Town In Maine
Fall is one of the best times to get outside and explore Maine. The days are still warm enough to avoid bundling up and the cool days are crisp and refreshing. The forests just about everywhere are changing colors which means rich reds and bright yellows surround us. There’s plenty to do, including hikes. But we love just hopping in the car and exploring the small towns. One great destination is this Oxford County town, located in the mountains.
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Fall in Maine
Where can I go on an amazing fall road trip in Maine?
There’s nothing like New England during autumn, is there? We think no; all the states that make up New England are the ultimate destinations for fall color, and we think it’s about time you do an amazing fall road trip in Maine! We just happen to have some ideas; for example, the Golden Road is an amazing drive from Millinocket to Moosehead Lake. You’ll pass through true wilderness, and the trees will be ablaze with color. Or do the amazing-all-year trek from Sebago Lake to Grafton Notch via Route 302. You’ll pass through some of the cutest small towns in Maine along the way, and we couldn’t love it more.
Where are some of the best places for fall foliage in Maine?
So, in that case, where are some of the best places to find autumn color in Maine? Easy – anywhere there are trees should do! But, that being said, some of the most popular destinations for fall foliage in Maine include amazing places like Bar Harbor, which just so happens to be right next to Acadia National Park (another amazing fall color spot in Maine you can’t miss). Speaking of the state parks in Maine, most of them are at their best during autumn, like Baxter State Park, Sebago Lake State Park, Fort Knox State Park, and many more.
Which Maine mountain towns are the best during fall?
Alright, towns time! The Maine mountain towns – and all the towns, really – definitely come alive in autumn. Visit some of the most beautiful small towns in Maine in fall for an amazing adventure, like Rangeley. It’s nestled right in the heart of the Rangeley Lakes area and sits 30 miles east of the Maine/New Hampshire state line. In autumn, it sets itself aflame, filled with brilliant golds, reds, oranges, and deeper hues. The town of Lubec has the distinction of being the easternmost town in the United States, as well as an AMAZING place for fall color. We also love the towns of Kennebunkport, Rockwood, Bethel, and Camden. This list is nowhere near exhaustive, but it’s a good start.