Maine
201

Maine State Parks

USA Parks
Maine
Inland Region
Find A Park
Acadia National Park Bass Harbor Head Light © Jeff Hudak
A waters view of Bass Harbor Head Light. Photo taken on 7/12/2006.
Maine's Inland Region Parks

1
locale
1
State Wildlife Management Area
6
State Parks
1
State Memorial
Parks in this region are near these Maine Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
BANGOR
LEWISTON
WATERVILLE
AUGUSTA
AUBURN
Aroostook State Park
Aroostook State Park bears the distinct honor of being Maine's first state park. In 1938 interested citizens of Presque Isle donated 100 acres of land to the State of Maine, and following that gesture, the park became reality in 1939. Today the park totals nearly 800 acres thanks to subsequent donations ........more >
Baxter State Park
........more >
Lily Bay State Park
Lily Bay State Park is the place to pitch your tent near the shores of Moosehead Lake where campsites are well-spaced, wooded and some are lakeside. Located in Beaver Cove, the park offers visitors access to the popular central Maine region where hiking, fishing, hunting and leaf-peeping are popular ........more >
Mount Blue State Park
Spectacular views of Mt. Blue and surrounding mountains ring this lakeside park that boasts a wide variety of activities for park visitors year-round. Located in the mountainous region of western Maine, Mt. Blue State Park offers a visitors an extensive network of trails, a sandy beach, popular camping ........more >
Peaks-Kenny State Park
Nestled on the shores of Sebec Lake, Peaks-Kenny State Park is one of those undiscovered gems of our park system. Campers enjoy the peaceful, family-oriented campground with only 56 sites that are tucked away in wooded areas to promote privacy.........more >
White Mountain National Forest Caribou Shelter
The White Mountain National Forest was established by Presidential proclamation on May 16, 1918. As with most National Forests in the Eastern United States, it owes its existence to the passage of the Weeks Act in 1911 which enabled the federal government to purchase private land and establish National ........more >
Jump to Another Maine Region

Maine
201

Maine State Parks

X