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Maine State Parks

Mount (Mt.) Blue State Park

Mount (Mt.) 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 area, boat launch and picnic area.

Picturesque Webb Beach is an ideal location for beach-going enthusiasts. Nearby Center Hill Area is a scenic picnic spot that provides access to nature trails and extensive multiple use trails that are open to hikers, mountain bikers, and ATV and horseback riders. Children enjoy a visit to the park's Nature Center where hands-on exhibits and displays provide entertainment on rainy afternoons. Evening programs for campers take place in the park's amphitheater.

Moose and other wildlife live in and around the park. From the common grey and red squirrels to the more elusive black bear and coyote, a host of other animals also frequent Mt. Blue State Park.

Location:
Fourteen miles northwest from Wilton off Maine Route 156 in Weld

Operation Dates:
Year-round, Fee Charged

Facilities:
5,021 acres; campground; sand beach with bathhouse; hot showers; flush toilets; boat launch; amphitheater, and nature center. The Adirondack shelters are available for large group use, and canoes may be rented. The park maintains cross-country ski trails, a major snowmobile trail, and an ice rink during the winter.

Access Rating:
Limited access.

Contact:
Mt. Blue State Park
299 Center Hill Rd
Weld, ME 04285
Park season: (207) 585-2347
Off-season (207) 585-2261


National Parks in Maine

Acadia National Park
AcadiaPO Box 177
Bar Harbor ME 04609
207-288-3338
Acadia encompasses 47,633 acres of granite-domed mountains, woodlands, lakes and ponds, and ocean shoreline.

State Parks in Maine

For a printable list of all parks in Maine, click here.

Also view the Chart of Park Features and Facilities.

Allagash Wilderness Waterway
Aroostook
Baxter
Birch Point
Bradbury Mountain
Camden Hills
Cobscook Bay
Crescent Beach
Damariscotta Lake
Ferry Beach
Fort Point
Grafton Notch
Holbrook Island Sanctuary
Lake St. George
Lamoine
Lily Bay
Moose Point
Mt. Blue
Peacock Beach
Peaks-Kenny
Popham Beach
Quoddy Head
Range Ponds
Rangeley Lake
Reid
Roque Bluffs
Sebago Lake
Shackford Head
Swan Lake
Two Lights
Vaughan Woods
Warren Island
Wolfe's Neck Woods

Information pertaining to parks of Maine was taken from the State of Maine Bureau of Parks and Land web page.

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