Camden Hills State Park: Where The Mountains Meet The Sea

Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall:Camden Hills State Park located on Belfast Road is the best place to understand why Camden is often referred to as “where the mountains meet the sea”. A short drive and $3 gets you to the top of Mount Battie the center piece of the 5600-acre Camden Hills State Park. You can also climb the summit’s stone tower for an even better view. There are over 25 miles of hiking trails for suited to everyone’s ability. It is roughly an hour long hike from the parking lot. The park offers over 100 sites for camping and picnics and is wheelchair accessible. There is a two night minimum for camping and the non resident cost is $20 per site. per night. The park is open May 1 through October 30. the hiking trails are accessible all winter.