The Forks, Maine Fall Foliage Report
Fall is an amazing time of year in Maine – and whether you’re aiming to take a leaf peeping day trip for craft beer and lunch, or looking for an overnight adventure (yep, we’ve got cabins), we’re here to let you know exactly what the foliage is doing here in The Forks! So, every week starting in mid September until mid-October, our team will be flying high to get you a bird’s eye view of the changing colors in The Forks area for your Forks Area, Maine Fall Foliage Report. Generally, we see peak foliage sometime between the last week of September and first week of October. This is perfect timing for our Last Blast on the Dead River, or a fun fall ATV trip! If you’re looking for more to do, check out our TOP 5 things to do in The Forks in the fall!
The Forks, Maine Fall Foliage Report 2021
Weekly Photo Comparison: September 15th – October 13th, 2021
Photo date: October 13th, 2021
Photo Location: Above Northern Outdoors, looking north over Martin Pond, Route 201, and the Kennebec River
Weekly Report, Week of October 18th, 2021:
Peak foliage has officially come and gone in The Forks, with colors at their best during those first two weeks of October. A beautiful wedding was held in the Riverside Campground field last Saturday (check out the site for 2022 dates), and even with slightly past peak colors, it was perfect! Although peak has passed, there are still leaves on trees and some color to be seen.
Where should you go to see the fall colors? ATV trails are still open (rentals are done) – take a spin to Greenville for lunch along Moosehead Lake at Kelley’s Landing or Dockside! Or, take a hike into Grand Falls! Although a bit of a drive, it’s a perfect time to spot wildlife and take in the beautiful fall colors. At the end of your adventures, don’t forget to stop by Kennebec River Pub & Brewery for a bite to eat and the best beer around!
Want to see more? The Maine Foliage Report, published weekly, gives you the full run down of the color change across the entire state.
Photo Source: Maine.Gov, Maine Foliage Report
Birds Eye – Northern Outdoors, October 13th, 2021
Need some ideas on how to see the colors? We’ve got a few in mind!Relax in a cabin in the woods, steps away from a craft brewery and restaurant..oh, and an outdoor hot tub!
Whitewater rafting on the Kennebec River!
ROAD TRIP! Check out the Maine Beer Trail and go for a brew tour, or just stop by our resort for lunch on your way through.
Fly fishing through the Kennebec River gorge is the MOST unique fishing trip offered in our area!
Take a hike! Into Moxie Falls, up Mosquito Mountain, or along the river on the FAST trail!
Trailer up your ATV and cruise to Moosehead Lake!
Photo date: October 7, 2018
Photo Location: Dead River
Cred: Brandi Barnett