2020 Park Passes go on Sale August 15, 2019
The 2020 Maine State Park Pass will go on sale on August 15th. It is a great deal because the 2020 Park Pass is good for the remainder of 2019 and all of 2020; that's sixteen months for the price of twelve months! And, three of the season passes are collector's items - the Individual, Vehicle and Senior Vehicle passes are emblazoned with the Maine Bicentennial logo! Get yours ASAP!
- Purchase your pass at a Maine State Park. Participating Parks & their day-use fees.
2019 Summer Camping Season Reservations
- Family Camping Reservations through the Call Center and Online.
- Group Camping Reservations; call the park directly.
- Group Picnic Areas: Sites and Shelters; call the park directly.
Parks & Historic Sites: Days & Hours
Parks may be visited year-round, from 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily unless otherwise posted. Fees are collected at the booth by staff or through self-service stations.
For current status:
Please call the park or historic site directly.
Park Amenities, such as water, restrooms and buildings, are shut down for the winter season as dictated by weather. Primitive toilets may be available at some locations.
Parking - Most parks and historic sites are not plowed during the winter due to seasonal staffing. A few parks are only plowed when the manager is on duty.
ATV Trails Update
View and subscribe to our list of ATV Trail Notices and check in with local clubs for the most up to date trail condition information.
Drone, Unmanned Aircraft (UAS) Policy
The general use of drones (UAS) is prohibited in Maine State Parks, Historic Sites, or DACF Boat Launches without direct oversight and guidance of an approved law enforcement agency or by the issue of a Special Activity Permit.
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