Foliage Tour in Maine

Fall foliage colors in the Mid Coast Maine area can take your breath away. From Portland to Freeport, Brunswick to Bath and all the roads and walking trails in between. Brilliant displays can be viewed from the waters edge or atop a mountain peak making Autumn a Maine Foliage wonderful time of year to take in the beauty of Maine. Ruby reds and bright gold, rustic browns and yellows and the magnificent greens of the spruce tree combine to give you a display like no other location can.

The ten mile ride on Rt. 1 between Brunswick and Bath Maine has been described as one of the most colorful short rides in the state.

At the end of that beautiful ride you can stop for lunch at one of the many wonderful restaurants located in these two towns.

 The Kennebec River takes on a whole different life with the coming of fall. Fewer boats but more wildlife searching for the food that will preserve their life during the oncoming harsh winter months. Bald Baby Eagle in Maineeagles and hawks and all types of bird glide over the fast-moving river in hopes of catching their next meal. All this and more can be experienced while in the comfort of our dining room overlooking the mighty Kennebec River.

The many activities of the season provide a wide variety of pleasant things to see and do. Local farmers markets on the greens of Bath and Brunswick are a fun diversion for folks seeking fresh fruits, Farmer's Marketvegetables and flowers. Apple orchards and farms to pick or purchase the freshest of apples, fruits, vegetables and many other local fresh items. Perhaps just a stroll along the river on a beautiful fall day at one of the many waterfront parks to take in the magnificence of the season.

Later in the fall walk through one of the many corn mazes located nearby and pick a pumpkin, squash or the many other fresh fall vegetables.


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