Aroostook State Park

Aroostook State Park


Location:West off US 1 south of Presque Isle.
Facilities:Campsites, showerhouse, kitchen shelter, picnic tables, trails, beach, bathhouse, canoe and paddleboat rentals (in summer), boat launch (é). Open May 15-October 15.
Activities:Camping, swimming, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling.
Special Features:Popular activities at Maine’s first state park include hiking on Quaggy Jo Mountain and trout fishing on Echo Lake. The park’s natural areas are typical of northern Maine, consisting of spruce, fir, beech, and maple along with younger stands of poplar, birch, and other hardwoods. In low swampy areas, dense stands of cedar can be found.
Address:87 State Park Rd
Presque Isle, ME 04769

Phone:207-768-8341
Web: www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search
Size: 664 acres.

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From Aroostook State Park, an ideal starting point for discovering the North Maine Woods and miles of winding rivers, to Ferry Beach State Park's sweeping view of miles of white sand beaches between the Saco River and Pine Point, travelers will find spectacular leaf peeping opportunities.