8 Under-Appreciated State Parks In Maine You’re Sure To Love

Most tourists come to Maine headed straight for Acadia National Park. While it’s beautiful, it’s certainly not the only park in Maine that offers access to trees, streams, lakes and camping. State parks offer something for just about everyone in every single season and Maine is home to 36 of them along with an amazing state forest and a national monument. Whether you prefer to wait until summer for a lake dip or you’re the type that loves a good snowstorm for cross-country skiing, you’ll love these beautiful state parks!

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