-National Geographic Traveler
Hello and welcome to the North Shore! First-time and return visitors will find it helpful to look over the Covid-19 page to find out what to expect for travel on the North Shore this season.
Understandably all kinds of events have been cancelled. I’ve added some new natural events for you to try out on your next trip. On the Events page, choose advanced search, pick ‘Natural’ under categories, then click the search icon.
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Here are some wonderful places to stay . . .
On the shore we have a late summer season that runs the first few weeks of September. Days can be sunny and warm or chilly days and nights cool off. This is the month we see bears as they gorge before hibernation. Raptors begin their fall migration. And we experience peak maple fall color season. Already the underbrush has a tinge, and a small maple here and there have fringes of color.
Weekly fall color reports being the Thursday after Labor Day.
Planning on dining on the shore? If they have outside dining only, bring a lap blanket, warm jacket and even a knit cap for breakfast or dinner.
Wear a mask,