Visiting Maine in the fall was an absolute dream! ❤️ There is no better place to go for fall foliage than New England. I visited Maine during the last week of October, and the weather was gorgeous. 🙂 If you plan on visiting Maine for the fall foliage, I would highly recommend checking the Maine fall foliage website for updates when planning out your trip.
I had dreams of crisp autumn weather, a steamy cups of coffee, and gorgeous fall leaves everywhere. The dream became a reality in Maine. It was the perfect fall escape.
I started my trip in Portland, and then drove 3 hours north to Acadia National Park. After spending 2 days in Acadia National Park, I drove back down south along the coast. I stopped and visited most of the coastal towns, with Camden and Wiscasset being favorites.
Then I passed Portland and continued down the coast to the southern coastal towns. If I had more time, I would have loved to visit them all, but I stayed mostly in Kennebunkport. Kennebunkport was the perfect seaside village! I filled up on clam chowder, local jellies, and seaside views before heading back to Portland.
I spent one full day in Portland, and absolutely loved it! I was particularly drawn to the excellent coffee culture, microbrews, lobster rolls, redbrick buildings, and quaint Old Port area. 🙂
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Tiffany created Lavender Vines as a place to share her love for Jesus and adventures from around the world. She has a slight obsession with salted caramel lattes, Japanese kimonos, and an ongoing love affair with NYC and Paris.