Nestled in the heart of Down east Maine, this oceanfront park is located in one of the most sought-after vacation regions in the state. Lamoine State Park's central location is a quiet alternative that provides easy access to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, rockbound islands, and area lighthouses. Visitors enjoy camping, boating, fishing and simple relaxation in a beautiful location. Park views of Frenchman's Bay, and amenities such as the campground facilities and boat launching ramp are some of the park's highlights. While the season closes October 15th, the park is kept open for cross country skiers and others who enjoy the peacefulness of a beautiful Maine winter

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Small, uncrowded, well maintained day park with great views of Mount Desert Island. A nature trail and a clean sandy beach. Lots of picnic tables and lawn for frisbee, kickball, or other yard games above the beach. Convenient and easy sea kayak or canoe launching next to a new boat ramp and dock where fishing for Atlantic Mackerel is popular. A large play ground and volleyball court. Pet friendly. The park has facilities for primitive or RV camping but the campers do not impose on the beach and dock areas. The harbor has guests moorings and is used by working lobsterman and pleasure boaters.

Pretty views of Cadillac Mountain across the water, but why is it $6 to park? It's a tiny park with a parking lot and that's about it...