Girl Scouts Love State Parks Weekend!

Logo for Girl Scouts Love State Parks 2021 showing a heart, the sun, river, earth, and trees

September 14 & 15, 2024

Maine State Parks welcomes Girl Scouts of Maine on this special weekend of nationwide celebration because Girl Scouts Love State Parks! We thank you for your appreciation of and service to Maine State Parks. Girls Scouts, and their family members that accompany them in their car, will receive FREE day entry in exchange for sharing their park experience. Entry to the parks is only for day use and has the same location exceptions as a park pass. Be sure to look below for the special programs being offered at no cost to you!

Please be sure to:
  • Wear your Girl Scout vest or sash so that you will be recognized as a Girl Scout during your visit.
  • Take photos of your visit and share them with us to make sure others know how beautiful and important the Maine State Parks are for everyone to enjoy.
  • Special programs are being offered during the weekend at select parks! See the list below. Get all the details about GSLSP weekend in communications from Girl Scouts of Maine.
  • Be prepared. Stay up-to-date with Parks Safety.
  • Check out the Girl Scouts Leave No Trace page!
  • Make Your Pledge with Pick Up America to be the difference and help clean up trash from public lands!

Special Programs being offered during Girl Scouts Love State Parks Weekend - TBA

While you're visiting a Maine State Park consider:

Photo montage of Girl Scouts Love State Parks 2020. Can you name all the locations?

Nature Notes & Virtual Visits!

Nature Note - Each week a different plant, animal, or current event of the natural world is featured.

Fall Foliage Webcams - View leaf color progression from webcams throughout Maine from our Fall Foliage page.

Travel the Allagash – Allagash Wilderness Waterway explored in nine segments.

Maine Public Lands – Highlights some of the most beautiful places in Maine. Watch as 20 minute feature or in short segments.

Bradbury Mt. State Park - Go on a winter First Day Hike!

Camden Hills State Park - View from Mount Battie inspired Edna St. Vincent Millay's poem Renascence.

Lake St George State Park - A great little park for year-round lake adventures!

Mount Blue State Park – Autumn's glorious fall colors are explained at a park that is noted great views and year-round adventures.

Quoddy Head State Park - Stunning coastal park at the tip of America’s easternmost peninsula.

Do you see any Girl Scouts you know in this photo montage of their visit to Fort Knox State Historic Site during Girl Scouts Love State Parks 2020?

Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park - Osprey are the celebrities at this park.

Check out our campsites for a Future Visit

Allagash Campsites - Zoom in on the Allagash campsites with Google Earth!. Make sure you open your copy of Google Earth first. Install free Google Earth if you do not have it.

State Park Campgrounds - This page has links to sites on Google Earth and printable maps.

Stay Informed - Text to Subscribe to a variety of Park Alerts and News - Its Free!