Fall is the peak time to visit Lebanon, Maine. From its stunning maples and oaks in an array of autumn colors to the refreshingly crisp weather, Maine is the perfect place to plan an autumn getaway. During your next stay at Salmon Falls KOA, check out these gorgeous spots for leaf-peeping and sight-seeing.
You are sure to see some beautiful fall foliage at Hanson Pines. The deed to the beautiful land specifies that pine trees must be the dominant species along with oak and beech trees. Locals say that Hanson Pines is a hidden gem of Rochester, New Hampshire.
Come see the stunning colors of autumn sparkle on the ocean and rocky shore while exploring an extensive network of trails that wind through the park. Take a relaxing nature walk or scenic bike ride and enjoy a picnic under the pines.
Hike through these beautiful trails on your own or take a Natural Heritage Hike, a narrative that guides hikers through the rich ecological, geological and cultural elements encountered on 25 of Maine's most popular hiking trails. You can also explore a stand of tupelo trees (black gum), a very rare type of tree at this latitude.
This 1,100-acre wildlife refuge is densely forested and home to a large population of forest animals and birds. The beautiful piece of land is open daily for hiking, bird-watching, photography and other activities that are meant to enrich and educate visitors on the natural resources and wildlife of the Great Bay area.
That doesn't mean this area has to always be empty. When you start reviewing camping options, your history will display here to help compare sites and find the best stay. You will be able to share your stay information with friends or family and save it for a later time if you have a KOA.com Account.