Boothbay Harbor remains a top spot for ocean cruises, hiking, festivals, and much more throughout the fall. The town is the site of the annual Fall Foliage Festival, where you can shop for handmade crafts, specialty items, and locally-made food and beverages.
Acadia National Park is undoubtedly one of Maine’s most famous tourist destinations. This stunning park includes part of the Schoodic Peninsula and 18 islands off the coast. One of the best times of year to visit is in the autumn when the Maine fall colors are at their most brilliant.
Mount Battie is one of the most popular hiking destinations in Camden Maine. Located in Camden State Park, this short trail offers breathtaking views of the native pine forest, Camden Harbor, and Penobscot Bay.
The state park includes 12 miles of the river and several hiking trails running alongside. These are popular spots for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and ATVs, especially in the autumn to view the fall foliage.
Pemaquid Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse located in Bristol Maine. Commissioned by President John Quincy Adams and built in 1827, it now serves as a museum and a working light for the U.S. Coast Guard. During the fall, it’s the perfect spot to admire the New England fall colors!
Baxter Peak is the northern end of the famous Appalachian Trail and is one of the most popular places to explore on the property.
The preserve is particularly beautiful in the fall when the forest colors turn and temperatures start to fall. Bear in mind that there’s plenty of wildlife nearby, including bobcats, moose, and lynx!