The city of Bath in state of Maine is located on the Atlantic Ocean in New England, so you’re not going to find tropical beaches. The summers can be quite warm however, but are never exactly hot. The area doesn’t have experience the high humidity of the south so even in the summer it can feel somewhat cool, yet there are numerous outdoor activities throughout the summer. The region actually offers a full four seasons, and activities and attractions for each.

With the coming of fall that blanket of trees is transformed into glorious colors as the massive forests put on quite a show. The fall can have a chill in the air, and it turns to winter a bit sooner in Northern New England.

The weather in winter can be cold, very cold at times so be sure to bundle up. From November to March the state is transformed into a winter wonderland, where visitors can hit the nearby slopes, which offer both runs for skiing and snowboarding, as well as plenty of trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

With the spring thaw Maine, and the seaside town of Bath warms up quickly. The temperatures in the spring gradually climb from March through May, and by the time summer is in bloom the landscape is transformed from snow and ice to lush green that blankets the state.