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.