Your Maine Fall Fun Checklist Could Be Missing These 4 Things
Bummed that summer's almost over for 2018? Don't be, here are a few ideas to look forward to this fall!
Cider Tasting: Maybe apple picking isn't your thing but I bet going for a hard cider at Ricker's Farm in Turner is more your speed. You can go for a tour or just a tasting. Also they offer freshly baked goods and different flavored hard ciders you won't find in stores.
Leaf Peeping Kayak Tours: As easy as it sounds, if your looking for a more relaxing experience on the water, L.L. Bean does tours on Casco Bay where no prior experience is required to enjoy. If you need an adrenaline rush with your "peepery," Northern Outdoors in the Forks does trips on the Kennebec River until Columbus Day! The also provide hiking trips and mention that Fall is prime timing for these activities.
Rent a Cabin in the Woods: Well, you'll need somewhere to stay after rafting and hiking right? Also, you and your friends will have somewhere to crash after a bonfire and a few drinks. Just make sure you take at least a long weekend to fit everything in with some time to relax, too! Northern Outdoors has plenty to choose from or you can
Get Scared: Depending on your luck, you'll get your scare Cabin In the Woods style on your trip, but if that doesn't happen Maine Haunted Houses has all the hauntings in Maine you could ever hope for!
Now who's ready for Fall?!