In this week’s episode we are going to talk about the best places to see leaves in Maine ! The fall foliage in Maine is incredible, and we did some research to find the best locations for you to visit this fall. First on our list is Fort Kent, which is one of the most northern towns in Maine. You can enjoy a beautiful drive down east, where you can enjoy a lot of great outdoor activities including fishing, camping, and hiking as well as take in beautiful views of the leaves changing colors. If you are looking for a camping spot or want to take in some shopping, head up to Bar Harbor and visit Acadia National Park, a favorite destination for leaf peepers, Acadia is a must visit! For more information on Acadia check out our video here: https://youtu.be/eqcv67wlFd8 . If you are visiting state parks in Maine we recommend Baxter State Park in the Millinocket area. Baxter State Park is absolutely beautiful and with Mount Katahdin you can take in incredible views for the surrounding area! Rangeley Lake is a beautiful area with lakes, mountains, skiing, hiking, and great hiking trails. Rangeley Lake has great activities like scenic cruises, Rangeley Lake State Park, Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway to see all the autumn colors. Camden is the quintessential Maine town, so why not check out Camden Hills State Park. Not only will you take in the fall foliage, but you will also get to explore the beautiful shops, restaurants, and architecture in Camden. Lastly we recommend the Moosehead Lake Region. Moosehead Lake is the biggest lake in Maine. There are beautiful rivers running through the woods as well as some great little towns to make stops at. Seriously an incredible place to observe all the colors of fall. There are so many places in Maine to see the leaves, even on your own street. So let us know what you think is the best spot to see leaves in the comments below. So come and peep some leaves and remember, if you Make Maine Your Home, you don’t have to do it alone!
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