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Fall Foliage in Maine
From late September to late October, the state of Maine offers some of the most spectacular fall foliage in the country.
Whether you enjoy guided tours, state fairs, picking apples at local orchards, or simply driving on your own through the golden countryside, Maine has something for you.
Following are the various of regions of Maine with information including peak fall foliage dates, events, and where to go.
Fall Foliage in Southern Maine - Includes the towns of Old Orchard Beach, Kennebunkport, Waterboro, Limerick, and all points south of Portland.
Fall Foliage in Midcoast Maine - Including the greater Portland area, as well as the Bath/Brunswick area, and on up the coast to Wiscasset, Thomaston, Rockland, and Camden.
Fall Foliage in Central Maine - Includes the cities of Augusta, Waterville, and Bangor as well as the Moosehead Lake region and Katahdin.
Fall Foliage in Western Maine - Includes the Lewiston/Auburn area, Farmington, Bethel, and the Rangeley Lake region.
Fall Foliage in Northern Maine - Includes all of Aroostook County from Houlton to all points north.
More Maine Fall Foliage InformationWeekly Foliage Reports (Sept. & Oct.)
Foliage Photo Gallery and Wallpaper
Foliage Reports by E-Mail
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