Spring, summer, and fall months lure nature lovers from all over the northeastern states. Bradbury Mtn stands tall within the park as its most distinct natural feature. For the avid hiker, go on a day hike to its summit. There are many maintained hiking trails in the park. The beauty of this mountain can be enjoyed from many areas of the park. So if hiking isn't your cup of tea, pick a well shaded campsite or picnic area and take in the refreshing views. Or schedule a horse back ride along a picturesque trail.
After the leaves have changed all the colors of the rainbow and finally fallen to the ground, a layer of snow is soon to blanket the state park. Cross-country skier, snowshoers, and snowmobilers couldn't ask for more beautiful and mystical surroundings to enjoy these outdoor adventures. Trails for snowmobiling and tracks for cross country skiing are maintained regularly.
Bradbury Mountain State Park is a wonderful spot to get away from it all. As it remains uncrowded for most months out of the year, you can enjoy its peace in solitude. This serenity also makes it a perfect location for viewing and listening to birds, like hawks and eagles, and other wildlife, like moose, wild turkey, deer, and fox. Camping spots rarely fill up and you can often find one without neighbors.
Bradbury Mountain has been a state park since 1939 and is one of five parks in Maine. The park can accommodate day and overnight users alike. It has over 40 camping and RV sites, sheltered and open picnic areas, a playground , and even a ball field.