There’s a reason Maine is called Vacationland – each scenic drive takes you through quaint coastal towns, winding nature trails, and of course, opportunities to see moose and bald eagles in their natural habitats.
The Old Canada Road is also a nature lover’s paradise, filled with opportunities to go off the beaten path to fish in the Kennebec River.
Grafton Notch State Park offers some of the best views in Maine, such as Screw Auger Falls, Mother Walker Falls, and multiple towering peaks.
No Maine road trip would be complete without a scenic drive around picturesque Rangely Lake and across the Appalachian Trail.
A gorgeous 60-mile drive that passes through working farms, historic villages, and iconic Maine wildlife in abundance.
From crystalline lakes trimmed with fir trees to craggy mountain peaks to historic towns like Bar Harbor, there’s no shortage of trails to explore and pictures to take.
Start off by experiencing the reversing falls of Tidal Falls Preserve, where you are likely to see eagles, seals, otters, and other marine wildlife.