Press Release

Most state parks open to camping in Maine through Columbus Day

AUGUSTA, Maine – - Most State Parks are still open for camping through Columbus Day. Two state parks are closed to camping for the season. Cobscook Bay State Park is closed due to the federal government shutdown.

“Despite the temporary closure of Acadia National Park, Maine is still open for tourism,” said Governor Paul R. LePage. “The shutdown of the federal government is a result of the failure of leadership in Washington, and it does not impact our state parks or historic sites. While Cobscook Bay State Park is closed due to the federal government shutdown and two are closed for the season, all the rest of our state parks are still open for business.”

Maine State Parks still open for camping through Columbus Day:

  • Lily Bay – Greenville
  •  Lamoine – Lamoine
  •  Lake St. George – Liberty
  • Aroostook- Presque Isle
  •  Camden Hills – Camden
  •  Sebago – Naples
  •  Bradbury Mountain – Pownal
  •  Rangeley Lakes – Rangeley
  •  Mt. Blue – Weld

Closed to camping for the season:

  • Warren Island – Islesboro
  • Peaks Kenny – Dover Foxcroft

**Cobscook Bay State park is closed due to federal government shutdown**

For more information on Maine State Parks, go to: http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/

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