2017 Maine Foliage Fall is here in Maine and what better time to grab your camera and explore the wild, scenic beauty of the state! This is a great time of year to go hiking, camping, paddling, biking or take a road trip and enjoy the colorful scenery as the leaves change across the state.Continue Reading Fall Leaf Peeping in Maine? Check out the 2017 Maine Foliage Report!
Just off Route 11 between Millinocket and Brownville Junction I recently visited the North Maine Woods to find two fantastic waterfalls: Gauntlet Falls and Mud Gauntlet Falls. Most people only visit Gauntlet Falls, but I noticed DeLorme shows Mud Gauntlet Falls just below Gauntlet and decided to check it out. I hear Gauntlet Falls isContinue Reading Gauntlet Falls & Mud Gauntlet Falls, Jo-Mary Road in the North Maine Woods
Just outside of East Millinocket I noticed Ledge Falls on my DeLorme Atlas when planning a visit to Gauntlet Falls recently (map 43). Since it was on the way, I figured we would check it out! I was surprised to notice that these are not very big “falls” at all. I’m sure they sound likeContinue Reading Ledge Falls, Medway – Easy to Reach Swimming and Fishing Spot
Maine’s scenic byways offer more than beautiful views of forests, mountains, the ocean, and waterways. They are also gateways to Maine outdoor recreation opportunities for every season. Explore one of our sixteen scenic byways and discover your next adventure! Quick Jump – Select a Region Below: The County (Fort Kent, Caribou, Presque Isle, Houlton) Highlands (Bangor,Continue Reading Maine’s best & most beautiful road trips – Drive the Scenic Byways
Four Seasons of Fun! Multi-use rail trails are built on old railroad beds, making them solid and incredibly scenic. Maine offers ten different multi-use rail trails for a combined 310 miles of outdoor adventure. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy ATV riding, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, hiking, horseback riding, off-road biking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, walking and wildlife watchingContinue Reading Discover Maine’s Multi-Use Rail Trails