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Leaf Peeping in Maine this Autumn

Maine brings out the best in fall foliage. As New England’s most northern state, Maine has obtained a tranquil atmosphere as its visitors enjoy fresh seafood, iconic lighthouses, and of course, gorgeous fall colors. Don’t miss a great view of the foliage from the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Bangor. Head up to the Penobscot Narrows Observatory – the tallest bridge observatory on the globe – and get a bird’s-eye-view of Maine’s fall colors from 420 feet.

Want to get up close to Maine’s impressive foliage. Leaf peepers will get a kick out of a few days in the Acadia National Park – an expansive park consisting of nearly 50,000 acres. Go hiking and biking in Acadia Park, bring the camera for nature photography, or pack a picnic for under the brilliant gold, red, yellow and orange of Maine’s autumn season. After your day in the park, explore Bar Harbor just north of the park.