Looking for something fun to do this Father's Day? We found something that might fit the bill!

As part of Maine Resident Day this Sunday, Mainers will receive free day-use admission to some state parks and historic sites. And since the forecast calls for sunshine and a high temp close to 80 degrees, this is a perfect chance to enjoy a day exploring the beauty of Maine with dad and the whole family.

This one day event runs from 9a.m. to close on this Sunday only. However, there are a few exceptions, the following sites are not participating:

    • Acadia National Park
    • Allagash Wilderness Waterway
    • Baxter State Park
    • Peacock Beach
    • The Maine Wildlife Park
    • Scarborough Beach State Park
    • Swan Island, the Penobscot River Corridor

Maine Senator, Angus King joined News Center to give Mainers the good news, For more info, check out https://www.maine.gov/

Here is the list of participating parks:

  • Aroostook State Park
  • Bradbury Mountain State Park
  • Camden Hills State Park
  • Cobscook Bay State Park
  • Crescent Beach State Park
  • Damariscotta Lake State Park
  • Ferry Beach State Park
  • Fort McClary State Park
  • Fort Point State Park
  • Fortknox State Park
  • Grafton Notch State Park
  • Lake Saint George State Park
  • Lamoine State Park
  • Lily Bay State Park
  • Moose Point State Park
  • Mount Blue State Park
  • Owl's Head State Park
  • Peaks-Kenny State Park
  • Popham Beach State Park
  • Quoddy Head State Park
  • Range Ponds State Park
  • Rangeley Lake State Park
  • Reid State Park
  • Roque Bluffs State Park
  • Sebago Lake State Park
  • Shackford Head State Park
  • Two Lights State Park
  • Vaughan Woods State Park
  • Warren Island State Park
  • Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park

Enjoy Maine Resident Day, and Happy Father's Day!

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