It is Peak Foliage Time in Maine!

Even if fall is not your favorite season, you can't help but love the gorgeous fall colors! 


If you are looking for a few places to do some Maine leaf peeping, check out these!

The North Loop Trail at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport presents an exceptionally bright yellow display that normally peaks in mid-October.

Bradbury Mountain State Park in Pownal provides views of surrounding forests and Casco Bay’s Calendar Islands. The foliage color peaks usually occur in late September to mid-October.


The park trails at Ferry Beach State Park in Saco offer a view of the park’s tupelo or blackgum trees, which are uncommon in Maine. The tupelo trees turn a bright crimson and normally reach peak coloration in late September or early October.


Bar Harbor's Carriage Trails area a great place to bike or drive along Acadia’s stunning park loop road. 


Grafton Notch State Park offers spectacular walks to Screw Auger Falls, Gulf Hagas, Mother Walker Falls, and Moose Cave with gorgeous colors along the way.