Take This Unforgettable Road Trip To 8 Of Maine’s Least-Visited State Parks

It’s no secret that Maine offers some of the best outdoor fun you can find in New England. Between the beaches, the forests, and the fresh air that travels between them, there’s so much to love about exploring the great outdoors. One of the best ways to appreciate it all is to see as much of it as possible. We recommend you start with the lesser-known spots, like the state parks on this list. Each of them is big on beauty, but as some of the most overlooked they’re also big on quiet! You can find the full driving directions here.

What are some of your favorite state parks? Let us know in the comments so we can check them out, too!

One of our favorite state parks is tucked all the way up in The County. As the oldest state park in Maine, it’s a beautiful piece of living history.

Address: Lamoine State Park - Park, 23 State Park Rd, Lamoine, ME 04605, USA
Address: Peaks-Kenny State Park, 401 State Park Rd, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426, USA
Address: Moose Point State Park, 310 W Main St, Searsport, ME 04974, USA
Address: Birch Point Beach State Park, 459 S Shore Dr, Owls Head, ME 04854, USA
Address: Range Pond State Park, 26 State Park Rd, Poland Spring, ME 04274, USA
Address: Reid State Park, 375 Seguinland Rd, Georgetown, ME 04548, USA
Address: Bradbury Mountain State Park, 528 Hallowell Rd, Pownal, ME 04069, USA
Address: Fort McClary State Historic Site, Pepperrell Rd, Kittery Point, ME 03905, USA