Maine State Parks

  • Lake St. George State Park

    Open May 15 to October 1, there are 38 camping sites, flush toilets and showers. Swimming area with lifeguard in season. Fishing and hiking. Boat and canoe rentals available. Lake St. George is 1

  • Reid State Park

    Visitors will find ample picnic areas, most with charcoal grills, a snack bar, and bathhouses with freshwater showers and flush toilets. Park facilities include two snack bars (in summer)

  • Swan Lake State Park

    67 acres;picnic area; playground; group shelter area for reunions and other large gatherings;

  • Peacock Beach State Park

    Peacock Beach State Park is a convenient drive off Maine Route 201 on Pleasant Pond in Richmond, about 12 miles from Maine'

  • Rangeley Lake State Park

    869 acre park; 50-site campground, boat launch; swimming and picnic area;

  • Sebago Lake State Park

    1,400 acres; day use area features extensive sand beaches, tables, grills, a boat ramp, lifeguards, and bathhouses; 250-site camping area; flush toilets;

  • Range Pond State Park

    A short drive from one of Maine'

  • Popham Beach State Park

    529 acres: spacious sand beach, bathhouses, freshwater rinse-off showers, picnic area with charcoal grills, trails and wildlife watching. Fort Popham is two miles further south on Route 209

  • Ferry Beach State Park

    117 acres; miles of white sand beaches between the Saco River and Pine Point; swimming; changing room; picnic area; nature trails;

  • Grafton Notch State Park

    Grafton Notch State Park is located on Route 26 between Newry, and Upton, Maine, and offers opportunities for sightseeing, picnicking, and hiking on its 3,000

  • Baxter State Park

    This 201,000 acre wilderness area has over 50

  • Camden Hills State Park

    30 miles of hiking trails with access from five major trailheads; a 112-site camping area includes flush toilets and hot showers; picnic area;

  • Damariscotta Lake State Park

    17 acres; sand beach swimming area with a lifeguard; a group use shelter and playing field; changing rooms; drinking water; picnic tables and grills;