Maine Park List

Randall Road Softball Complex

This park has three softball ...

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Range Ponds State Park

short drive from one of Maine's major urban areas, Lewiston and Auburn, Range Ponds State Park welcomes visitors who enjoy the wide sandy beach as they swim, picnic and play. Most activity centers on the waterfront which is easily accessible because of the smooth, surfaced promenade that parallels the ...

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Rangeley Lake State Park

Rangeley State Park is located in one of Maine's most beautiful vacation regions, which is the western mountain regions. The park consists of 869 remote acres, on 10-square mile Rangeley Lake. The lake is famous for landlocked salmon and trout fishing, and anglers who voluntarily "catch and release" contribute ...

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Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust

Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust has conserved over 12,800 acres of land including 45 miles of lake and river frontage, 15 islands and the majestic 2,443 foot Bald Mountain, all in the Rangeley Lakes Region. We offer free public access to 35 miles of recreational trails, superb recreational fishing access, hunting, ...

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Raymond Park

Has a water fountain, seating, small walking path, and green ...

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Raymond Park

A triangular park along South Main Street in New Auburn, this park is dominated by a large play structure popular in the local neighborhood. Park benches provide rest under the shade of trees while the children ...

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Reid State Park

Reid State Park bears the distinct honor as being Maine's first State-owned Saltwater Beach. In 1946, prosperous businessman and Georgetown resident Walter East Reid donated land to the State of Maine to be preserved forever, and a few years later Reid State Park became a reality. Today, thousands of ...

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River Valley Village

This small park has a basketball ...

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Riverfront Park

The Park borders the beautiful and historic Penobscot River and includes a playground, a water splash pad, trail system, and a picnic area with a comfort station. The park is one of our nicest showcase areas for use by people of all ages. ...

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Riverton Field

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Riverton Trolley Park

This park is 19 acres and is part of the Sebago To Sea trail system. It also has a boat landing for canoes and kayaks (no motorboats). The park is great for walking and snowshoeing. The trail separates in many areas giving you different paths to try, ...

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Rockland Recreation Building and Playground

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: ...

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Roque Bluffs State Park

Roque Bluffs State Park provides visitors with a great diversity of coastal landscapes to enjoy in 274 acres on Schoppee Point (south of Machias). A beautiful, half-mile crescent of sand and pebbles along Englishman Bay is backed by the shallow waters of 60-acre Simpson Pond - allowing for bracing ...

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Royal River Park

Located in the center of town, the Royal River Park is considered the "crown jewel" of the Town's park system. The park provides a mile long walkway along the river bank complete with waterfalls and scenic vistas It is a perfect spot for a picnic, a great place to ...

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S. K. Whiting Park

The centerpiece of the park is a pedestal clock with engraved plaques at its base naming those who contributed to its purchase. Brick walkways wind through the park featuring bricks with engravings that also contributed funds for park ...

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Saco Community Center

Enjoy the many activities available at this ...

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Saint Croix Island International Historic Site

The National Park Service preserves Saint Croix Island International Historic site as a monument to the beginning of the United States and Canada. In 1604, Pierre Dugua (sieur de Mons), accompanied by Samuel Champlain and 77 other men, established a settlement on St. Croix Island. Preceding Jamestown (1607) and ...

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School Street Park

This .44 acre neighborhood park offers a ...

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Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge

Seal Island is a treeless island lying about 21 miles south of Rockland in Knox County. Seal Island once had the largest Atlantic puffin colony in the Gulf of Maine. This colony was harvested for meat, eggs and feathers eventually wiping out the birds by the late 1800s. Although ...

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Sebago Lake State Park

Sebago Lake State Park opened to the public in 1938 as one of the five original state parks. This forested lakeside park is situated on the shore of Maine's deepest and second largest lake which provides year-round recreation for thousands of visitors each year. Near the foothills of the ...

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Sewall Park

This park contains a multi-purpose field, a boat landing, drinking water access, and restroom facilities. Also, a great place to enjoy piece and quiet while canoeing or fishing on Mud Pond. Areas of the park can be reserved for family reunions, overnight camping or other ...

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Shackford Head State Park

Close to downtown Eastport, the easternmost city in the United States, Shackford Head State Park encompasses 90 acres on Moose Island overlooking Cobscook Bay. This promontory at the entrance to Cobscook Bay encircles the west side of Broad Cove. Several miles of trails cross the headland. A hiking trail from ...

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Simard-Payne Memorial Park

Includes a multi-purpose playing field, walk path, benches, and ...

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Soule Park

Soule Park is a small, primarily wooded neighborhood behind the French School in South Freeport ...

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South Portland Municipal Golf Course

This 34.4 acre course is a 2071 yard 9 hole par 33 and is daily fee. It offers a clubhouse with restrooms, a snack bar and club and hand cart ...

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Spencer Park

There is a view of Indian Island and the dam at this location. Bald eagles are often spotted in this ...

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Spring Point Shoreway

The Spring Point Shoreway is 21 acres and runs from Fisherman's Point to Buglight Park and includes Willard Beach, the Fort Preble remains and the Spring Point Lighthouse. It borders the SMTC campus, runs by the Old Settler's Cemetery and through the Arboretum. It also includes the Portland Harbor ...

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