This very large state park is in two sections, and one of them encompasses Webb Lake. The lake has a sandy beach where visitors may swim and do boating from a boat launch. There is a nearby picnic area and a nearby campground in the Webb Beach section. During the summer, park staff routinely offer canoe trips, walks, and nature programs. Park map. Hours: Open year-round; daily, 9 a.m.-sunset unless otherwise posted at the gate. Earlier openings vary with the season; call ahead.
Fees: Day-use fees are $2 to $7 depending on visitor age and residents.
Plains Road and Maine StreetPoland Spring, ME, 04274Phone: 207-998-4104
A short drive from Lewiston and Auburn, the park is perfect of water sports. The waterfront which is easily accessible because of the smooth, surfaced promenade that parallels the pond for 1000 feet next to the beach. A public boat launch site is located at the end of the beach and is limited to 10 horsepower motors. Visitors enjoy boating, canoeing, kayaking, and wind surfing.
Hours: Open all year; daily, 9 a.m. to sunset
Fees: Day-use fees are $2 to $8 depending on visitor age and residents.
11 Park Access RoadCasco, ME, 04015Phone: 207-693-6231
This forested park is aside the state’s second largest lake. The park has sandy beaches, extensive woodlands, ponds, bogs, and a river. Water sports includes swimming and sport fishing. The park has a 250-site campground and lots of wooded trails.