Where are the 4×4 off-road trails? Several people have asked me where the offroad trails are for Jeeps and other vehicles in Maine. You might as well be asking me for the pin number to my ATM card- I won’t tell you. The reason is simple- we belong to a Jeep club that practices LeaveContinue Reading Jeep Clubs and 4×4 Off-Road Trails in Maine
2017 Maine Foliage Fall is here in Maine and what better time to grab your camera and explore the wild, scenic beauty of the state! This is a great time of year to go hiking, camping, paddling, biking or take a road trip and enjoy the colorful scenery as the leaves change across the state.Continue Reading Check out the 2017 Maine Foliage Report!
Find a Maine Apple Orchard Near You The leaves are changing and the fall harvest is here! Now is the perfect time of year to gather your family and friends and head to a local apple orchard. Many orchards offer a lot more than apples, including fresh produce, baked goods, gifts and farm tours. BelowContinue Reading Where to Pick Apples in Maine for the 2017 Season
↟↟↟ November 19th Update ↟↟↟ Sugarloaf & Sunday River are now open! Hit the Slopes! Visiting Maine’s slopes in the winter offers a challenge, adventure, family fun and lively entertainment throughout the colder months. Maine is home to 19 ski areas including world-class resorts with 2,000+ verticals, big mountain areas with 1,000+ verticals, and family recreation slopesContinue Reading Where to go Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding in Maine 2017 – 2018
Just off Route 11 between Millinocket and Brownville Junction I recently visited the North Maine Woods to find two fantastic waterfalls: Gauntlet Falls and Mud Gauntlet Falls. Most people only visit Gauntlet Falls, but I noticed DeLorme shows Mud Gauntlet Falls just below Gauntlet and decided to check it out. I hear Gauntlet Falls isContinue Reading Gauntlet Falls & Mud Gauntlet Falls, Jo-Mary Road in the North Maine Woods