The weather on Deer Isle, Maine, sets the scene for a dreamy retreat centered around enjoying the great outdoors. Each season ushers in its own unique array of activities, festivals, and adventures. Whether you’re in the mood for exciting exploration or quiet relaxation, there’s no better place to be. Read on to learn more about each season and check out our complimentary Vacation Guide for more thoughtful suggestions on things to do in the area!
Deer Isle, Maine, Weather by Season
“Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own” —Charles Dickens
The temperatures on Deer Isle in spring begin to warm up with highs in the 60s. Celebrate the arrival of spring by hiking through Acadia National Park. There’s something so magical about the blooming flowers and bustling wildlife this time of year. You might even like to attend one of the annual events such as the Wings Waves & Woods Weekend. Whether you’re opting for a relaxing stroll with your pup or relaxing beside the mill pond on Pilgrim’s Inn’s property, there’s no better time to be in Downeast.
Summer weather on Deer Isle boasts a dream forecast for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you have your heart set on sailing, exploring lighthouses, touring the region via plane, or checking out farmers markets, the temperate conditions allow you to enjoy it all! With highs rarely exceeding 80 degrees, you’ll feel comfortable in any outdoor setting. In addition to all of summertime Downeast events, you can also look forward Maine’s blueberry season which takes place from July through mid-September!
There’s nothing quite like New England colors in the fall. Rustic red, golden yellow, and warm copper tones melt against the blue sky painting a picture-perfect autumn scene. Select Registry deemed Pilgrim’s Inn one of the best places to visit to see fall foliage in their blog about the best places to visit in October. Aside from the falling leaves, travelers will find an array of exciting things to do in October! Go apple-picking at a local orchard. Attend the annual Blue Hill Harvest Festival. Or, choose to explore the Barred Island Preserve.
Pilgrim’s Inn closes every year during the winter months due to inclement weather. The snow and icy conditions make it difficult to accommodate guests, and many local businesses close temporarily as well. The inn opens back up every year in May when the snow clears, and everything begins to bloom once again.
“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant” —Anne Bradstreet
Stay at Pilgrim’s Inn
Our inn remains closed throughout the colder winter months but opens up in time for spring, and stays open through the fall. Our beautiful accommodations make the perfect home away from home regardless of the weather! Natural light beams throughout our property and brightens each room. Room Six captures a natural essence through handmade wood paneling and carved mahogany furnishings. The sun pours into the room, highlighting the white linens and giving the room an organic feel.
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