Warren Island State Park

Warren Island State Park

Warren Island State Park

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Serenity describes Warren Island State Park. Tucked away in Penobscot Bay, visitors use their own boat to access the island. The park is designed for the boating public, and there is no public ferry transportation to the island. No phones are available on the island ensuring a Robinson Crusoe-esque experience. Campers choose from one of the 10 campsites or the two Adirondack shelters for accommodations. A trip to Warren Island is guaranteed to create memories that will last all winter long!

Warren Island State Park was acquired by the people of the State of Maine as a gift from the town of Islesboro in 1959. This 70.4 acre island, located off the coast of Lincolnville, was the first State Park in Maine developed exclusively for the boating enthusiast. The park contains 9 campsites and two lean-to’s. The Maine State Ferry provides transportation to the nearby island of Islesboro, but you must provide your own transportation over to Warren Island. The park staff is not allowed to transport visitors to the island except in emergencies.

Location:
A spruce-covered island off Lincolnville in Penobscot Bay.

Operation Dates:
Memorial Day – September 15, Fee Charged

Facilities:
70 acres; 10 campsites, two Adirondack shelters, fresh drinking water, and docking and mooring facilities on the lee side for protection.

Access Rating:
No Access

Contact:
Warren Island State Park
P.O. Box 105
Lincolnville, ME 04849
Park season: (207) 941-4014
Off-season: (207) 941-4014

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