Taking a scenic or foliage drive is a must-do on a Maine vacationWith all its majesty and natural beauty, Maine offers some of the most scenic drives in America, maybe especially during fall foliage season. Take a scenic drive, following the specific directions below, if you wish, on your Maine vacation. Don not miss Maine's scenic dfrives, foliage drives, scenic highways, National Scenic Byways.
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Route 3 and carriage roads of Acadia National Park Bar Harbor, ME Phone:
Connected to the mainland by a bridge, Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park are the most frequently visited locations in Maine. Travelers can bike to their hearts content on miles of interconnected carriage roads.
Following Route 3, this byway follows Route 3 into Bar Harbor, then follows the park loop road thereafter. Visitors looking to avoid seasonal traffic can enjoy the Acadia Byway aboard the free Island Explorer bus network that also connects the park with inns, campgrounds and the island's village centers. View a Map of the Acadia Byway.
Route 1 to Route 186 Winter Harbor, Birch Harbor, Prospect Harbor, ME Phone: 207-624-3300
Route 11 Portage to Fort Kent, ME Phone:
Along Route 26 Newry to Umbagog State Park, ME Phone:
Along Route 1 Danforth to Orient, ME Phone: 207-624-3300
Along Route 201 Solon through Jackman to border of Canada, ME Phone:
Along routes 4 and 17 Around Rangeley Lake, ME Phone: 800-685-2537
Along Route 113 from Baldwin to Gilhead, ME Phone: