Grafton Notch State Park

Grafton Notch State Park


Location:Bordering ME 26 between Upton and Newry.
Facilities:Picnic areas, trails, scenic road. Open May 15-October 15. A main artery snowmobile trail, maintained by a local club, is open in winter.
Activities:Fishing, hiking, snowmobiling.
Special Features:Several hiking trails extend through this scenic area at the end of the Mahoosuc Range, including a segment of the Appalachian Trail (see separate entry in national trails section). Sights include Screw Auger Falls, Spruce Meadow, Mother Walker Falls, Old Speck Mountain, and Moose Cave.
Address:1941 Bear River Rd
Newry, ME 04261

Phone:207-824-2912
Web: www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search
Size: 3,192 acres.

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Bradbury Mountain State Park on Route 9 in Pownal near Freeport, Camden Hills State Park on Route 1 in Camden, Mount Blue State Park off Route 156 in Weld, Grafton Notch State Park on Route 26 near Newry, and Aroostook State Park off Route 1 near Presque Isle.