Maine

Recreation

Featured National, State & Regional Parks

Mount Blue State Park

Mt. Blue State Park is Maine’s largest state park, encompassing approximately 8,000 acres. Camp groups can launch and rent boats to take on Webb Lake. Two lakeside group sites and one at the base of Mt. Blue, each with its own Adirondack shelter, can accommodate groups up to 40 campers (tents only). 187 Webb Beach Rd., Weld, ME 04285. 207-585-2261. Fee.... More Info

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Acadia National Park

25 Visitor Center Road Bar Harbor, ME 04609. 207-288-3338. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Hike the granite peaks, take a boat excursions with the park rangers, bike historic carriage roads, or enjoy the scenery. Free/Fee.

Aroostook State Park

87 State Park Rd., Presque Isle ME 04769. 207-768-8341. Group site can accommodate up to 30 campers. Features a lakeside picnic area with tables, charcoal grills, a swimming area, and changing facilities. Fee.

Bradbury Mountain State Park

528 Hallowell Rd., Pownal, ME 04069. 207-688-4712. A group area near park headquarters can hold up to 100 campers. Tent camping only. Fee.

Camden Hills State Park

280 Belfast Rd. Camden, ME 04843. 207-236-3109. Five campsites, each with a capacity of approximately 35 campers, are located on the ocean side of the park. Fee.

Sebago Lake State Park

11 Park Access Rd., Casco, ME 04055. 207-693-6231. Provides tent camping opportunities at 14 group campsites. Amenities include water access, swimming beaches, drinking water, hiking trails, picnic tables and campfire rings. Fee.

Warren Island State Park

PO Box 105, Lincolnville, ME 04849. 207-446-7090 or 207-941-4014. Nestled in the center of Warren Island’s 55 acres are 3 large campsites with a combined maximum capacity of 50 campers. Fee.