LThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 3, 2021

Clean, well-managed with friendly rangers- decent showers

Lamoine State Park represents the way most Maine state parks should operate. Way ahead of both Camden Hills and Cobscook with regard to cleanliness and upkeep. Showers were surprisingly good and often cleaned.

There are two non-reservable sites right on the Bay--- do try for one of those when you check in…just in case.

The public dock is an interesting spot to watch in the evening as boats are unloaded.

One more thing-- bring your charcoal for the grills along the Bayfront. 

RV's seem to be up higher on the hill while tents prevail lower down.

46 & 48 seem like good sites. Many sites are not level. Some also are grass covered rather than gravel so you might inquire if it is important to avoid a grassy site.

  • Sunset on Frenchman's Bay - Lamoine State Park
  • Boats at Lamoine St. Park Bayfront
  • Tent at site # 57 Lamoine 
State Park. Site faces the bay directly.
  • Tent with view of Frenchman's Bay- Lamoine
  • Map of Lamoine State Park showing the most desirable sites for tent campers.

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