Maine Park List

Cleveland Field

A general-purpose field, this area is used heavily for youth baseball practices, youth soccer practices and neighborhood pickup ...

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Cobscook Bay State Park

Cobscook Bay State Park is ideal for the camper seeking solitude and beautiful scenery. The Park, surrounded on three sides by the salt waters of Cobscook Bay, has more than 100-well-spaced and secluded campsites. Many of these campsites are located at the water's edge and provide excellent vantage points ...

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Coffin Pond

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Located in a beautiful, mature white pine forest. Bordered on the west by River Road and on the east by the Androscoggin River, the area features a sandy beach, 55 foot water slide, playground, picnic ...

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Coombs Park

Coombs Park provides a beautiful place for informal leisure time. The park, adopted by the Shop N Save, has colorful floral gardens and lots of shady trees for a summer time nap or your favorite book. Frisbee, hacky sack, and sunbathing are some of Coombs Park past ...

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Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery

For 131 years, a hatchery at Craig Brook has produced fish for anglers. A federal national fish hatchery since 1889, Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery has returned to hatching Atlantic salmon to replenish seven Maine rivers - a total of more than two million young salmon in the past ...

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Creative Playground

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Crescent Beach State Park

Crescent Beach State Park opened in 1966 and is located about eight miles south of Portland in picturesque Cape Elizabeth. Sandy oceanfront beaches, saltwater coves, wooded areas, and rock ledges provide seashore recreation for beachgoers, fishing and water sports enthusiasts, and nature observers. Crescent Beach State Park is a ...

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Cross Island National Wildlife Refuge

The Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge contains more than 50 offshore islands and four coastal parcels, totaling more than 8,100 acres. The complex spans more than 250 miles of Maine coastline and includes five national wildlife refuges -- Petit Manan, Cross Island, Franklin Island, Seal Island, and Pond ...

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D.H.S.

Softball ...

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Damariscotta Lake State Park

Enjoy picnicking and swimming at one of mid-coast Maine's most popular day use parks located on beautiful Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson. Damariscotta Lake State Park is a short drive from the state's capital, Augusta. A large freshwater lake with a sandy beach provide a relaxing location for beach goers. ...

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Deering Oaks Park

55 Acres community ...

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Dougherty Field

Multi-Purpose ...

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Downeast Lakes Community Forest

The Downeast Lakes Community Forest is a 55,578-acre community asset and public ...

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Drummond Street Park

This small neighborhood park includes park benches and play structures for the enjoyment of families young and old in the ...

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Dufresne Plaza

Landscaped area with benches; often the site of downtown holiday ...

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Eastern Promenade

68.2 Acres community ...

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Ferry Beach State Park

Ferry Beach State Park is located off Maine Route 9 on Bay View Road between Old Orchard Beach and Camp Ellis in Saco. A stand of tupelo (black gum) trees, rare at this latitude, can be seen in this 100-acre area, which offers a sweeping view of miles of ...

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Fessenden Park

0.46 acre neighborhood ...

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Fisherman's Point

This .72 acre park offers spectacular views of Casco Bay and has two historic lobster ...

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Florida Lake

The 167-acre park features a large, shallow lake. The surrounding wetlands provide an excellent habitat for wildlife viewing. From the parking area a flat path provides easy access to the lake. Hiking trails branch off the gravel path and pass through mature forests and by wetlands and streams. ...

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Fort Allen Park

9.33 acre neighborhood ...

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Fort Foster Park

A beautiful seaside park owned by the town of Kittery, Fort Foster offers three small beaches, an extensive trail system, picnic areas with restroom facilities and old military fortifications to explore. It has easy access for walking, small boating and features an excellent view of the entrance to Portsmouth ...

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Fort Point State Park

Picnic tables with a waterfront view, pier and floats for fishing and boating, and access to a scenic bicycling trip are some of the top reasons to visit Fort Point State Historic Site. Located about three miles off U.S. Route 1 in Stockton Springs, and named for the point ...

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Fort Sumner Park

1.25 acre neighborhood ...

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Fox Street

Multi-Purpose ...

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Franklin Island National Wildlife Refuge

Located about six miles from the town of Friendship in Muscongus Bay, this 12-acre island supports nesting gulls, eiders, black-crowned night herons, Leach's storm petrels, and ospreys. The island is partially covered by red spruce with abundant raspberry thickets, grasses, and forbs. Franklin Island was listed on the State ...

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Franklin Pasture

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Located next to Lewiston High School, 156 East Avenue, includes a track, main field, multi-use field, baseball field, softball field, tennis courts with support building, maintenance building, two snack shacks, and a track ...

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Franklin Pasture Athletic Complex

Includes a track, main field, multi-use field, baseball field, softball field, tennis courts with support building, maintenance building, two snack shacks, and a track building. ...

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Garfield Road

The Garfield Road complex at the corner of Garfield Road and Stevens Mill Road includes an assortment of recreational opportunities. The home fields for Auburn Suburban Little League are here as are two multi-use fields. This is also the more commonly used entrance to Mount Apatite Park ...

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