The Crown of Maine enjoys four distinct seasons each and every year. The numerous experiences that await you will stimulate your senses with a flavor as different as the changing pallet of each of those seasons. The summers see temperatures with average highs near 75° F (23° C) while in the winter the average lows are often below 0° F (-17° C). The winters also find the first snow falling in November and lasting through April with an average annual snowfall well over 100 inches (254 cm). Click here for the current local weather.

As the days grow longer and the snow recedes, sap begins to run in area maple trees and syrup producers fire up their sugar shacks to create their tasty treats. Learn More >>

Beautiful summer days and comfortable summer nights provide outdoor enthusiasts with many vacation opportunities that include excellent swimming, golfing, wildlife watching, and camping throughout The County. Learn More >>

Autumn in northern Maine is punctuated by cool, crisp mornings, bright sunny days, and glorious displays of fall foliage. Learn More >>

One of our most abundant natural resources is snow. If you're a snowmobiler and looking to head out on the trails, you definitely need to be in northern Maine. Learn More >>