Swan Lake State Park

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Swan Lake State Park


(207) 525-4404

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Swan Lake State Park is a day use only facility located on 67 acres just north of Swanville, Maine. This State Park is a seasonal facility, which is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day each year. Included in the park is picturesque Swan Lake where visitors can enjoy swimming under the supervision of a lifeguard.

Swan Lake is a newer State Park with beautiful rolling hills and mountains. This particular State Park enjoys numerous visitors during the summer who come to swim in the lake, make use of the picnic sites - many with grills - and to walk along the various trails. For large groups, there is a private group shelter including horseshoes, volleyball and a handicapped accessible toilet. There is an additional fee charged for the use of the group shelter.

In addition to swimming, there are opportunities for shoreline fishing. Swan Lake is stocked with brook trout, which often grow to lengths of 15 to 18 inches. You can also find lake trout and landlocked salmon in these waters.

Whether planning a picnic for two or twenty, Swan Lake State Park is an excellent location. There is a variety of activities and excellent, modern amenities.

Map of Swan Lake (ME)

Latitude, Longitude: 44.568280, -68.980454



  • Boating

    Kayaking and canoeing is allowed on the lake.

  • Bird Watching

    Not available at this area.

  • Fishing

    Please contact the park for fishing regulations and permit information.

  • Hiking

    The park contains various trails that shadow the shoreline.

  • Hunting

    Please contact the park for hunting permits and regulations.

  • Picnicking

    Few picnic tables with grills are available by the shoreline.

  • Water Sports

    Visitors are allowed to swim in the lake. Lifeguards are on duty during peek seasons.

Park Partners

Friends of Maine State Parks

Friends of Maine State Parks was created in 1997 by individuals interested in ensuring the preservation of Maine's unique state park system and is a non-profit organization open to anyone who shares these goals.

* Provide informational, referral and networking services on issues of interests pertaining to State Parks and Historic Sites * Advocate and oversee on matters of importance to the character and purpose of State Parks and Historic Sites * Sponsor and cosponsor events that assist the promotion of State Parks and Historic Sites * Conduct quarterly educational programs with topics of interest pertaining to State Parks and Historic Sites * Sponsor an annual fall Picnic for all its members



On the shore of Swan Lake, on Maine Route 141 north of Swanville, turn right on Frankfort Road.

Phone Numbers


(207) 525-4404