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Parks of Maine

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The state of Maine has many state and national parks for recreation, sports, and camping.  This listing below is a comprehensive listing.  Hyperlinks to the parks are provide where possible.  Descriptions are also provided.


Listing of National Parks in Maine

Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor

Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge, Milbridge
(207) 546-2124


Listing of Maine State Parks

Allagash Wilderness Waterway

Aroostook

Baxter State Park, Millinocket
Reservations:  (207) 723-5140

Birch Point

Bradbury Mountain

Camden Hills

Cobscook Bay

Crescent Beach

Damariscotta Lake

Ferry Beach

Fort Point (Fort Pownal)

Grafton Notch

Holbrook Island Sanctuary

Lake St. George

Lamoine

Lily Bay

Moose Point

Mt. Blue

Owls Head Light

Peacock Beach

Peaks-Kenny

Popham Beach

Quoddy Head

Range Ponds

Rangeley Lake

Reid

Roque Bluffs

Sebago Lake

Shackford Head

Swan Lake

Two Lights

Vaughn Woods

Warren Island

Wolf Neck Woods

Bureau of Parks & Lands
Maine Department of Conservation
22 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 287-3821  www.maine.gov/doc/parks


Local City and Town Parks

Bug Light Park in South Portland.  Nine acres big, this park is located at the former WWII shipbuilding area where Liberty ships were mass produced during the war.  There is salt water fishing, a walking path, a small lighthouse, and a museum.


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