New England webcam page

Fall Foliage webcams of New England

Whether you stop in October to view the New England’s fall foliage or other times of the year to just take a lazy journey around New England. Please enjoy these views of New England. If a particular webcam isn’t working then try a refresh of your browser. If that still doesn’t fix it please try back later. If the webcam that is out is mine (first one please feel free to send me a note. The rest I have no control over).
Some of these webcams are in remote locations and power isn’t always guaranteed so there is nothing I can do to fix it except to remove the link until fixed. If you click on a webcam image it may take you to the original page of the webcam. please feel free to visit and support the owner of these webcams (it isn’t free)! For information, contact  Jeff Foliage.

The goal of this page is for me to try and find webcams of good quality and with a view that will provide a foliage view for all of you. I have cameras from Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts (so far) and I will add or delete as I find more good views.  Feel free to submit a “cam” you know of and I’ll take a look for the quality of the view while keeping in mind that I’m looking for views of fall foliage.

I just added a listing of webcams from the west/west coast and up into Alaska and Canada. I looked over Rick’s webcams and they give you a great view of the western part of the nation.

Massachusetts

Jeff Foliage webcam 
Here are a few timelapse fall movies for you to enjoy. I plan on putting a better webcam up this year but I haven’t settled on one yet. (only runs once through so to see again, refresh page)

Click for Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Forecast

Old Faithful VEC Web Cam

Courtesy of 
The National Park Service

Welcome to Old Faithful Geyser
This image is live from the National Park Service

 

Boston College Mass webcam

Amesbury Ma webcam

Province Town webcam

Gloucester, MA weather cam

This is a link to a blog with a bunch of flash webcams in Gloucester Massachusetts.

Maine

Beaver Cove Camps – Beaver Cove, Moosehead Lake, Maine

Dickey Bridge traffic cam – over the St John river, MaineClick the image to see current traffic cams

Bar Harbor Maine

Cape Porpoise Lobster Co., Maine Webcam

Chesuncook Lake & Mt. Katahdin Webcam

Augusta Maine Webcam

Hartford Maine Skycam

New Hampshire

Gunstock mtn Skycam

Dublin NH (Yankee Magazine, front door) webcam

Dublin NH (Yankee Tree Cam)

Mount Washington, New Hampshire

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, tugboats

Lake Winnipesaukee Weirs beach cam

Plymouth NH

Ossipee Lake Cam

(looking NW over Broad Bay toward Mt Chocorua) Owned by John Rowe Photographer

Mt Shaw Webcam (looking SW over Broad Bay toward Mt Shaw) Owned by John Rowe Photographer

Ossipee Lake Bird Feeder Owned by John Rowe Photographer

Vermont

Stratton Mountain VT weather webcam

Cole’s Pond weather cam, Walden VT

Dove tail Inn Vermont

Proctor Maple Research Center, Underhill VT

Chester VT

Shrewsbury VT

Brattleboro, Vermont-Windham Regional Career Center

Canada (for early fall color viewing)

Banff, Alberta Canada

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Links to sites

Weather in  Bath Maine.
Webcam Galore

 

Comments

New England webcam page — 18 Comments

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  2. would be cool to let them stay up throughout the Winter months, but will the cameras take the low temps?

    • Many of them are like mine and sitting indoors.. A few I know are expensive ones and outdoor temp rated for -20 below so we’ll see I guess. The three Maine ones that come up first are the expensive ones from SebecTec but I can’t afford 800$ per camera…

  3. These are great! I would really like to see your web cam throughout the year.

    • Well, then I will probably leave it up… I guess I have to purchase my trial software to keep doing it… :-)

  4. Thank you for such a great website. I have bookmarked it and will be sure to return often.

  5. Jeff, this is a terrific page! I have bookmarked it and will return throughout the year. Thanks!

  6. Jeff, thanks for putting together this page for us. Noticed your post about this on Facebook. I’m not financially well-off, but if you need help purchasing the software for your webcam, I’d be willing to help.
    Thanks again! The more web cams, the better!
    ~Donna

    • Hi Donna, I appreciate the offer and I may take donations in the future but unless you are financially stable with money to spend freely then I would rather not have a webcam then think that someone was so giving! that they gave of their own resources.
      I would rather that you put your funds towards an IRA or at least in your savings. This way I know that you are taken care of and we can enjoy many fall foliage seasons in the future through my website.
      I’ll afford some software to keep my webcam going and you and everyone else who (like most of us) may be struggling in this economy should enjoy the views of fall on this site and maybe enjoy a conversation on the fall foliage forum…
      I really appreciate the offer.
      Thank You.

  7. Thank you so much! Can’t wait to look at these tomorrow in the daylight.

  8. Thank you JEFF!!! Your website always reminds me of the beauty of life and appreicate the blessings of nature… :)