accent
phone: 207-998-4976Check Availability
Visit West Mountain Falls During Your Maine Foliage Vacation

Category Archives: Fall Foliage

4 Great Full Day Adventures For Your Epic Maine Fall Foliage Vacation

September 21, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

At the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, we have lots of guests visiting for an epic Maine foliage vacation. To help them fully appreciate this glorious season, I’ve curated four day adventures that cover the most popular activities in the area. Want covered bridges? Two adventures cover that. You like waterfalls? Two of the trips offer that as well. Finally, are you looking for some mountain foliage? Yep, we have that covered too.

Read the rest of this page »

Discover Maine in the Fall: Covered Bridges & Waterfalls Tour

August 15, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Who doesn’t love a day trip where you can visit both authentic Maine covered bridges and waterfalls too? The best way to discover Maine in the fall is on this little 5-6 hour day trip which will take you to two covered bridges and two waterfalls. After your delicious Maine comfort breakfast at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, hit the road and enjoy not only the bridges and falls, but the beautiful Maine countryside as well.

Read the rest of this page »

Discover the Beauty of Maine with Our Top 4 Fall Hikes

September 20, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Fall is settling in very nicely at the Wolf Cove Inn, our romantic bed and breakfast in Poland, Maine. It’s a great time to get moving and enjoy the outdoors. Mother Nature’s canvas is beginning its awesome display of vibrant foliage. It’s time for you to see it yourself. Below are the best hikes in Maine that are especially worth a visit now as they really show off autumn’s amazing colors. The hikes range in difficulty from easy to advanced. Driving distances to the trailheads range from 10 minutes to two hours from our Inn on Tripp Lake.
Check Availability

Read the rest of this page »

Enjoy A Wonderful Day At Bradbury Mountain State Park

May 23, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

A favorite nearby attraction, Bradbury Mountain State Park is a scenic 30 minute drive from the Wolf Cove Inn, a Bed And Breakfast in Maine. With a summit of sweeping vistas to the coastline and farmlands of Maine, Bradbury Mountain has one of the highest reward-to-effort ratios you’ll find anywhere. The park offers a nice variety of activities while enjoying your romantic getaways in Maine.

Read on to learn more about this great state park and some ideas for enjoying the mountain.

Read the rest of this page »

5 Ways To Bask In The Maine Fall Foliage Glory

September 12, 2016 by Roy Forsberg

The Maine fall foliage are changing from their summertime greens. In the fall, spectacular reds, oranges and yellows appear. The air is drier. Consequently, our windows are open at night and we pull up the blankets. And oh those cobalt blue skies! It sure seems like my favorite time of year is here at Wolf Cove Inn. Yes, leaf peeping season is here! Therefore, I’ve created your guide to the many ways to enjoy this spectacular season. I hope it inspires you to take a Maine fall foliage getaway. You won’t want to miss it.

Read the rest of this page »

The Truth About Fall Foliage In Maine

August 3, 2015 by Roy Forsberg

Fall Foliage in Maine

Flaming Reds Adorn The Mountains

Fall Foliage at Wolf Cove Inn

Brilliant Colors Paint The Countryside

Flaming reds emblazoned on a breezy hillside. Brilliant orange splashes on a cobalt blue sky canvas. Radiant yellows catching, reflecting, the sun’s rays – warming you inside. The glorious contrast with the deep green of Maine’s famous pines.  I find myself dreaming of fall foliage in Maine. Soon, I tell

Read the rest of this page »

Maine Fall Foliage Season at the Wolf Cove Inn

September 6, 2014 by Roy Forsberg

Fall is in the air at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine.  The days are filled with glimmering sunshine and cobalt blue skies.  The nights are cool and brisk with the stars twinkling brightly.  The trees themselves are the stars with their beautiful foliage as they shine while preparing for winter hibernation.  Yes, most New Englanders will tell you that Fall is their favorite time of year.  Just stepping outside on a late September or October afternoon and inhaling deeply brings a sense of peace and euphoria.

Read the rest of this page »

»