http://www.mainebirdingtrail.comMaine Birding Trail http://www.northernforestcanoetrail.orgNorthern Forest Canoe Trail Lily Bay State Park link to property guide in pdf formatdownload brochure (497 KB) printer-friendly guide birdwatching; picnicing; boatingbirdwatching; picnicing; boating boatingboating campingcamping CanoeingCanoeing Cross-Country SkiingCross-Country Skiing fishingfishing hiking (trails)hiking (trails) huntinghunting snowmobilingsnowmobiling watching wildlifewatching wildlife campgroundcampground playgroundplayground RV dumping stationRV dumping station showersshowers trailered boat launchtrailered boat launch * Description * Activities * Rules * Services and Facilities * Special Considerations property guide photo Location Greenville, Maine property locator map Fees current fees camping reservations park passes Contact Lily Bay State Park 13 Myrle's Way Greenville, ME 04441 Park season: (207) 695-2700 Maps download campground map (188 KB/pdf) Current Weather Get Lily Bay State Park Weather Forecast Directions and Parking Get Google map and directions Nine miles north of Greenville on the east shore of Moosehead Lake Relevant Contacts Friends of Maine State Parks Description Lily Bay State Park is the place to pitch your tent near the shores of Moosehead Lake where campsites are well-spaced, wooded and some are lakeside. Located in Beaver Cove, the park offers visitors access to the popular central Maine region where hiking, fishing, hunting and leaf-peeping are popular activities throughout the year. The largest lake in New England, Moosehead Lake fills a glacier-scoured basin 117-square miles in area. Its waters run cool and deep, harboring togue, brook trout, and landlocked salmon. Opened in 1961, this 925-acre park welcomes visitors to experience a variety of outdoor activities including swimming, boating, camping and watching wildlife. The Moosehead area is famous worldwide for its local native, the moose, and visitors hope to see these magestic animals in their native habitat. Along with moose, bear, deer, and other wild animals live in the area. Perhaps the most spectacular peak in the area is Mt. Kineo, which rises abruptly from the middle of the lake. Kineo's cliffs tower 800 feet above the water and are a must-see on visitors' vacation lists. In the winter, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing attract hearty visitors to the park. (back to top) Activities * birdwatching; picnicing; boating * boating * camping * Canoeing * Cross-Country Skiing * fishing * hiking (trails) * hunting * snowmobiling * watching wildlife (back to top) Rules * See Rules for State Parks and Historic Sites Consider lending a hand. Contact us if you would like to help with stewardship or maintenance work. (back to top) Services and Facilities * campground * playground * RV dumping station * showers * trailered boat launch * See Visitor Accessibility (back to top) Special Considerations Moving firewood can transport exotic insects & diseases that pose a serious threat to our forests. Don't transport firewood, buy it from a local source. Burn It Where You Buy It (back to top)

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