List of Maine State Parks
Aroostook State Park is the ideal starting point for discovering the North Maine Woods. Aroostook State Park encompassing Quaggy Jo Mountain, Echo Lake and the park offeres a unique chance to study the state of Maine's geologic past. Aroostook State Park is located in Presque Isle ME
Baxter State Park is home to numerous mountains, the two most notable clusters of peaks being the Katahdin massif and the cluster of peaks consisting of the Traveler Range. Baxter State Park has a wide array of ponds, lakes, streams, bogs and waterfalls. The waterfalls include Katahdin Stream Falls, Big and Little Niagara Falls and the remote Green Falls. Hikers may stumble upon the remains of old lumber camps or settlements.
Birch Point State Park is where you will enjoy scenic views of Penobscot Bay
Bradbury Mountain State Park features Bradbury Mountain. Bradbury Mountain State Park is the only state park in southern Maine to offer shared-use trails for horseback riders, mountain bikers and snowmobilers. Bradbury Mountain State Park is located in Pownal, ME
Camden Hills State Park location is the scenic vista high atop Mt. Battie where sweeping views of Camden, Penobscot Bay, and surrounding islands await. Camden Hills State Park is located near Camden, ME
Cobscook Bay State Park is surrounded on three sides by the salt waters of Cobscook Bay. The average tide is 24 feet with some running as high as 28 feet. At low tide campers may dig for the soft shell clam. Thousands of shorebirds stop over each fall to rest and forage as they migrate south. Cobscook Bay State Park's inner coves support abundant fish, wildlife, a quarter of Maine's wintering black ducks and the state's highest concentration of bald eagles. Cobscook Bay is located in Dennysville, ME
Crescent Beach State Park features and namesake is a mile-long crescent-shaped beach that is ideal for strolling, sunbathing, and is where there is relatevely warm waters and light surf, making swimming and boating a pleasure. Crescent Beach State Park is located near Cape Elizabeth, ME
Damariscotta Lake State Park is a large freshwater lake with a sandy beach near Jefferson, ME
Ferry Beach State Park is a 100-acre area that has a stand of tupelo (black gum) trees and sweeping view of miles of white sand beaches. Beachcombing, fishing, hiking trails and swimming are popular activities at Ferry Beach State Park located between Old Orchard Beach and Camp Ellis, ME.
Fort Point State Park is located near the city of Stockton Springs and the mouth of the Penobscot River. Fishing, boating and a scenic bicycling attractions people to Fort Point State Park. Fort Point State Park also includes Fort Point State Historic Site and the Fort Point Light Station.
Grafton Notch State Park has 3,112 acres. The sights at Grafton Notch State Park include: Screw Auger Falls, Spruce Meadow, Mother Walker Falls, Old Speck Mountain, and Moose Cave. The 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail also passes through the park on the way to the trail's northern terminus, Mt. Katahdin. Grafton Notch State Park is located in Newry, ME
Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park beaches, mud flats, from a rocky coast to the top of steep hills that are actually old volcanoes, Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park hosts a great diversity of plant and animal life. Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park is bordering Penobscot Bay in Brooksville, ME
Lake St. George State Park is on the northwest shore of beautiful Lake St. George. The centerpiece of Lake St. George State Park is the lake with 1,017 acres and numerous undeveloped islands. Lake St. George State Park is located in Liberty, ME
Lamoine State Park is nestled in the heart of Down east Maine. Lamoine State Park is an oceanfront park located in one of the most sought-after vacation regions in the state, this park offers a quiet alternative that provides easy access to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Rockbound islands and area lighthouses.
Lily Bay State Park is a 925-acre park near the shores of Moosehead Lake, the largest lake in New England. Moosehead Lake fills a glacier-scoured basin of 117-square miles. Lily Bay State Park is located nine miles north of Greenville on the east shore of Moosehead Lake.
Moose Point State Park has 183 acres and offers a panoramic view of Penobscot Bay. Moose Point State Park is located between Belfast and Searsport, ME
Mount Blue State Park is a 5,021 acre park in the mountainous region of western Maine. Mt. Blue State Park offers a an extensive network of multiple use trails, popular for hikers, mountain bikers, ATV and horseback riders. Mount Blue State Park also has a sandy beach, and maintains cross-country ski trails, a major snowmobile trail, and an ice rink during the winter. Mount Blue State Park is located in Weld, ME
Owls Head State Park features Owls Head Lighthouse, another scenic lighthouse accessible from Owls Head Light State Park and the light keeper's house. Owls Head Lighthouse is located atop the head of the southern side of the entrance to Rockland Harbor, ME
Peacock Beach State Park has a small beach and swimming area that is perfect for a tinsy get-away. Peacock Beach State Park is located on Pleasant Pond in Richmond ME.
Popham Beach State Park has rare geologic landforms that features a long stretch of sand beach. Popham Beach State Park is popular for swimmers, surfers and shell collecting. Excavations of the Popham settlement of 1607 and Fort George continue each summer. Popham Beach State Park is located fourteen miles from Bath to Phippsburg, ME
Quoddy Head State Park has 4.5 miles of hiking trails, a diverse habitat for rare plants and the red-and-white striped lighthouse tower of West Quoddy Head Light. In 1808 the West Quoddy Head Light became the easternmost lighthouse in the United States. Quoddy Head State Park is located in Lubec, ME
Range Ponds State Park has two-miles of easy trails comprised of old logging roads and railroad beds. Range Ponds State Park welcomes visitors who enjoy Watersports. Range Ponds State Park is located a short drive from the major urban areas, Lewiston and Auburn, ME
Rangeley Lake State Park consists of 869 remote acres on the 10-square mile Rangeley Lake. Rangeley Lake is famous for landlocked salmon and trout fishing. In addition to watersports Rangeley State Park is popular for hiking, wildlife watching, and photography. Rangeley State Park is located in Rangeley, ME
Reid State Park is Maine's first State-owned Saltwater Beach. At Reid State Park you can see several islands, spot the lighthouses on Seguin Island, The Cuckolds, and Hendricks Head. Reid State Park has long wide sand beaches and large sand dunes. Reid State Park is located in Georgetown, ME
Roque Bluffs State Park a day use area that provides both fresh and saltwater swimming. Roque Bluff State Park is located in Roque Bluffs, ME
Scarborough Beach State Park offers some of the best swimming in New England and is a very popular beach for beachcombing and sea kayaking. Scarborough Beach State Park is located in Scarborough, Maine.
Shackford Head State Park is a a 90-acre undeveloped peninsula in Eastport. Shackford Head Overlook offers a spectacular view of the Canadian islands of Campobello and Grand Manan, New Brunswick, and on the beach is the first of two fossil areas that are within the park boundaries. Shackford Head State Park is located on Moose Island in Eastport, the most eastern city in the United States.
Sebago Lake State Park 1,400 acres features Maine's deepest and second largest lake, Sebago Lake, carved by ancient rivers and scoured by Ice Age glaciers. Sebago Lake State Park is located between Naples and South Casco, ME
Swan Lake State Park 67 acres nestled on Swan Lake. The lake is a popular lake for swimming, the park's land area is popular for the walking trails. Swan Lake State Park is located north of Swanville, ME
Two Lights State Park The park's name originated from the twin lighthouses located nearby at the end of Two Lights Road. These lighthouses where built in 1828, they were the first twin lighthouses on the coast of Maine. Two Lights State Park offers spectacular views of the ocean and the beautiful rocky shores of Maine. Two Lights State Park is located in Cape Elizabeth, ME
Vaughan Woods State Park consists of 250-acres along the Salmon Falls River with numerous hiking trails. Vaughan Woods State Park is located in S. Berwick, ME
Warren Island State Park is designed for the boating public. With boat only access. Warren Island State Park is located off Lincolnville, ME in Penobscot Bay.
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park consists of white pine and hemlock forests, a salt marsh estuary, numerous trails and the rocky shorelines on Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River. Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park is located in Freeport, ME
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