It’s a leaf peeping panorama!

Do you own a camera? Do you love the fall? Why not check out what Jackman offers!

The State of Maine has a wide assortment of leaf peeping opportunities, including the Old Canada Road (Route 201) Byway that starts in Skowhegan and rolls northward, twisting and turning by mountains and rivers. Follow along this winding roadway and catch glimpses of optimum photographic opportunities. The greenery has started

Over Moose River
From the air is a fantastic way to view the fall foliage in the Jackman Region.

shifting to a kaleidoscope of autumn hues as the cooler weather approaches. Enjoy a day ride to the Canadian border, or visit the quaint town of Jackman overnight and discover what a peaceful setting can do for the mind and soul.

The Jackman Region holds within its vast forests a variety of wildlife and activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Whether you are an avid sportsman, or just need to relax and get

Fall Colors at the Park
The Vibrant Colors at Armand Pomerleau Park in Jackman. Come on up and visit during the Fall Festival here on October 8, 10:00am to 3:30pm. Children’s games, food, and more!

away for a while to clear your head, the crisp, clean air and beautiful views are waiting for you. For a detailed report on the foliage progress, go to the State of Maine Foliage Report page.

Further Information:

If you would like more information on the Old Canada Road Byway, go to the Explore Maine Website.

For more information, including businesses of the area, check out the Chamber website.


Autumn Fun in Jackman