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Mt. Blue State Park

Mt. Blue State Park
299 Center Hill Rd
207-585-2261

You will find stellar hiking, trail riding, biking, swimming and picnicking in the Western Mountains. Trail enthusiasts, anglers, and campers enjoy this region through warm-weather months, followed by snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and ice-skaters in winter.

Mt. Blue State Park and the adjoining Mt. Blue/Tumbledown Public Lands offer a prime, four-season destination with abundant outdoor recreation opportunities in Maine's Western Mountains just a few hours from several major cities.

Mt. Blue State Park is Maine's largest state park, encompassing approximately 8,000 acres in two sections separated by Webb Lake. A campground in the Webb Beach section has 136 wooded sites a short walk from a sandy beach and picnic area. Visitors can swim, launch and rent boats, and walk on trails near the lake. During summer months, park staff routinely offer canoe trips, walks, and nature programs. A Nature Center features hands-on exhibits and displays.

Activities:

ATV riding
Birdwatching
Boating (motorized)
Camping
Canoeing
Cross-country skiing
Fishing
Hiking (trails)
Horseback riding
Hunting
Off-road biking
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing
Swimming
Watchable wildlife



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