Maine Fall Foliage – 11 Magical Spots to Enjoy Maine in Fall

There’s a reason why Maine’s license plates say ‘Vacationland.’ The rolling, lush topography, the craggy coastline, and ranges of beautiful, old mountains make for a great vacation spot for people in the northeast United States, in southeast Canada, and from around the world. And in the autumn, Maine fall foliage can’t be beat!

During fall, “The Pine Tree State” is extra special as millions of (non-pine) trees explode in brilliant riots of yellows, oranges, and reds. Generally, the coveted peak of foliage season lands within the last week of September and the first two weeks of October. Thankfully, the state has a foliage tracker to help you plan your trip.

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‘Chez’ Chesak is an award-winning travel writer, tourism consultant and 25-year veteran of the outdoor and travel industries. He is Executive Director of the Outdoor Writers Association of America and formerly was the Vice President for Business Development for the Adventure Travel Trade Association and Executive Director of the Family Travel Association. He has been serious about his writing since about age eight. He also runs the Central States Chapter of the Society of American Travel Writers. He’s lived all over the U.S. and traveled to some 36 countries but has the most fun when he’s exploring with his wife and two daughters. An avid outdoors person, he’s happiest on a trail, on skis, or nestled into a sleeping bag. He deployed to Iraq with a U.S. Army line unit in 2005. His works have appeared in the Los Angeles Times,, Good Housekeeping, Rachel Ray Every Day, Fatherly, Yahoo Travel, Family Vacation Critic, and many others. He also does periodic travel segments for the morning show of his local FOX affiliate and on American Forces Radio.

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