Maine Natural Park Wonders

National and State Wonders Found in the Pine Tree State:

Maine, known for its many forests (almost 90 percent of state is forest land) and rugged coast, has three main geographic areas: Coastal Lowlands, Eastern New England Uplands, and White Mountains.

Let us be your guide to discovering these natural wonders. Follow the links below to obtain more information, insider tips, and pictures, as well as ideas for where to stay when visiting.

Maine Welcome Sign National Parks:

  • Acadia National Park

    National Scenic Trails:
  • Appalachian National Scenic Trail [Official Site]

    National Recreation Trails:
  • The Carson Trail
  • Dorr Mountain Recreation Trail
  • Sargent Mountain National Recreation Trail

    National Forests:
  • White Mountain National Forest. Location: Campton, New Hampshire (as well as Maine). [Official Site]

    Acadia National Park National Wildlife Refuges:
  • Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge
  • Carlton Pond Waterfowl Production Area
  • Cross Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Franklin Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge
  • Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
  • Pond Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
  • Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    National Wilderness Areas:
  • Caribou-Speckled Mountain Wilderness
  • Moosehorn (Baring Unit) Wilderness
  • Moosehorn Wilderness

    Acadia National Park National Scenic Roads and Byways:
  • Acadia All American Road
  • Old Canada Road Scenic Byway
  • Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway
  • Schoodic Scenic Byway

    Maine State Parks, Campgrounds, Recreational Areas:
  • Allagash Wilderness Waterway State Park
  • Aroostook State Park
  • Bald Mountain Public Reserved Land
  • Baxter State Park
  • Bigelow Preserve Public Reserved Land
  • Birch Point State Park
  • Bradbury Mountain State Park
  • Camden Hills State Park
  • Chain of Ponds Public Reserved Land
  • Chamberlain Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Cobscook Bay State Park
  • Crescent Beach State Park
  • Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land
  • White Mountain National Forest
  • Damariscotta Lake State Park
  • Dead River Public Reserved Land
  • Deboullie Public Reserved Land
  • Dodge Point Public Reserved Land
  • Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land
  • Duck Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Eagle Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Ferry Beach State Park
  • Fort Point State Park
  • Four Ponds Public Reserved Land
  • Gero Island Public Reserved Land
  • Grafton Notch State Park
  • Greater Heath Public Reserved Land
  • Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park
  • Holeb Public Reserved Land
  • Lake St. George State Park
  • Lamoine State Park
  • Lily Bay State Park
  • Little Squaw Public Reserved Land
  • Mackworth Island Public Reserved Land
  • Mahoosucs Public Reserved Land
  • Moose Point State Park
  • Moosehead Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Mt. Blue State Park
  • Nahmakanta Public Reserved Land
  • Baxter State Park
  • Peacock Beach State Park
  • Peaks-Kenny State Park
  • Pineland Public Reserved Land
  • Popham Beach State Park
  • Quoddy Head State Park
  • Range Ponds State Park
  • Rangeley Lake State Park
  • Reid State Park
  • Richardson Public Reserved Land
  • Rocky Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Roque Bluffs State Park
  • Round Pond Public Reserved Land
  • Scraggly Lake Public Reserved Land
  • Sebago Lake State Park
  • Seboeis Public Reserved Land
  • Shackford Head State Park
  • Squa Pan Public Reserved Land
  • Swan Lake State Park
  • Telos Public Reserved Land
  • Two Lights State Park
  • Vaughan Woods State Park
  • Warren Island State Park
  • Wassataquoik Public Reserved Land
  • Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park
  • Baxter State Park


    State Scenic Roads and Byways:
  • Blackwoods Byway
  • Grafton Notch Scenic Byway
  • Grindstone Scenic Byway
  • Million Dollar View Scenic Byway
  • Pequawket Trail Scenic Byway
  • Seboomook Scenic Byway
  • State Route 11
  • State Route 27


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