Mid Coast region has lots of locations for great fishing
Fort Point State Park
This historic site features areas for picnicking and fishing, as well as a scenic drive.
Fort Popham State Park
Set on the site of an old fort, this park features fishing and picnic areas in addition to a scenic drive through the park. Open Memorial Day-Sept. 30. A fee is charged.
Liberty, ME 04949
Visitors to this park will enjoy hiking and cross-country ski trails, snowmobile trails, fishing areas, and swimming. There is a public camping area available.
Pemaquid Colonial State Park
One of Maine's oldest historic sites, this state park offers visitors a look at life in Colonial Maine, in addition to scenic water views, and areas for fishing, boating, and canoeing. A snack bar is available for visitors during operating hours. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day. A fee is charged.
10 Perkins Farm Lane (Route 209)
Popham Beach, ME 04562
Open May 15-Oct. 30, this park offers fishing spots, swimming in coastal water, and a splendid beach. The beach has bathhouses, freshwater rinse-off showers, and a picnic area with charcoal grills. The park has trails and offers wildlife watching. Fort Popham is two miles further south on Route 209.
375 Seguinland Road
Georgetown, ME 04548
This oceanfront park features a saltwater lagoon and Mile Beach. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, and picnic areas. Open year-round.
Warren Island State Park
Warren Island, ME
Accessible only by boat, this state park offers visitors remote camping, fishing areas, hiking and cross-country ski trails, in addition to picnic areas.