Lamoine State Park in Maine is located on Route 184, just eight miles southeast from Ellsworth. This fifty-five acre park is a quiet alternative to the crowds of Acadia National Park. Lamoine's oceanfront location in the heart of Downeast Maine is easily accessible from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.
Lamoine State Park is open seasonally and officially closes on October 15. However, portions of the part are kept open for those visitors who would like to experience the peace and quiet of winter in Maine.
Visitors gravitate to Lamoine State Park to avoid the crowds that are found in Acadia. During the summer, visitors to the Park can enjoy boating, fishing, camping and simply relaxing surrounded by the beauty of nature. The Park also has tremendous views of Frenchman's Bay and includes great campground facilities and boat ramp. The Park campground includes a children's playground, flush toilets, and hot showers. For a scenic drive take the campground loop road that encircles the campground and is intersected by several short roads that run parallel to the seashore.