Introduction to Maine state parks
Some generalities about Maine state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.
11 Park Access Rd, Casco, ME 04015
Popular Park Sites: Hacker's Hill Preserve, Pleasant Lake, Mayberry Hill Preserve and Carousel Horse Farm.
This park opened in 1938 as one of Maine's original five state parks.
426 Wolfe's Neck Rd, Freeport, ME 04032
Popular Park Sites: Bedrock, Power Line Trail, Harraseeket Trail and Rocky shore and tide pools.
The state park occupies 244 acres on a narrow peninsula, Wolfe's Neck, that runs between Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River.
280 Belfast Rd, Camden, ME 04843
The state park features multi-use trails to Mount Battie, Mount Megunticook, and other scenic locales.
711 Popham Rd, Phippsburg, ME 04562
This park is the state's highest volume day use State Park.
297 Center Hill Rd, Weld, ME 04285
Mount Blue State Park is a public recreation area covering 7,489 acres in the town of Weld, Franklin County, Maine.
Popular Park Sites: Lake Webb, Center Hill Trail, Ice Rink at the Ranger Station, Mount Blue Mountain, Mount Blue Hiking Trail
375 Seguinland Rd, Georgetown, ME 04548
The 770-acre park is noted for its sandy beaches and sand dunes—both rare in the state of Maine—plus its rocky tidepools, salt marshes, and tidal lagoon.
Popular Park Sites: Mile and Half Beach, Griffith Head, Damariscove, Outer Head, Southport, Seguin Island.
Park Address: 64 Balsam Dr, Millinocket, ME 04462
Park Description: Baxter State Park is a large wilderness area permanently preserved as a state park, located in Northeast Piscataquis, Piscataquis County in north-central Maine, United States.
Popular Park Sites: Mount Katahdin, Cranberry Pond, Round Pound, Togue Pond, Cathedral Trail, Knifes Edge, Elbow Pond.