Cobscook Bay State Park:
US Route 1, Dennysville, ME 04628, 207-726-4412
888 acres; campsites and shelters are on the water's edge; boating; hot showers; picnic area; hiking and groomed cross-country ski trails
Quoddy Head State Park:
Box 1490, Lubec, ME 04652, 207-733-0911
Located 4 miles off Maine Route 189 in Lubec on the easternmost point of land in the United States. On its 532 acres, the park features 4.5 miles of hiking trails, forests, bogs, diverse habitat for rare plants, and the ligWest Quoddy Head Light.
Roque Bluffs State Park:
145 Schoppee Point Road, Rouqe Bluffs, ME 04654, 207-255-3475
In the town of Rogue Bluff about six miles off US Route 1, is a unique day use area. With its pebble beach on the ocean and freshwater pond, it provides both fresh and saltwater swimming. Dramatic cliffs provide for spectacular.
Shackford Head State Park:
c/o Bureau of Parks and Lands, Eastport, ME 04631, 207- 941-4014
90-acre undeveloped peninsula with beaches, protected coves, and a bold headland. A hiking trail from the parking area through the woods to the rocky headland allows beautiful views of Cobscook Bay.