Lily Bay State Park Updated:09/2013


Here you'll find outdoor recreation and attractive campsites by Maine's largest lake.

Lily Bay State Park on Moosehead Lake offers waterfront camping at the gateway to Maine's North Woods a destination renowned for its outdoor recreation opportunities (from hiking and canoeing to fishing and wildlife watching). Established in 1961, Lily Bay State Park was created primarily from woodland donated to the State by Scott Paper Company. New England's largest lake, spanning 117 square miles, Moosehead has cool, clear waters and relatively undeveloped shores that make it an appealing destination for boaters, fishermen and vacationers seeking a taste of wilderness. The 925-acre park provides two distinct camping areas bordering the lake with 90 campsites, a sandy swimming beach, playground, two trailerable boat ramps, and a 2-mile, shoreline walking trail.

Park Map (PDF, 846 KB).

Campground Map (PDF, 357 KB).


  • Birdwatching
  • Boating (motorized)
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Fishing
  • Hiking (trails)
  • Picnicking
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Swimming
  • Watchable wildlife
  • Adult Maine Resident - $3.00
  • Adult Non Resident    - $4.50
  • Senior Non Resident - $1.50
  • Maine Residents 65 or older are free
  • Children age 5 - 11 are $1.00
  • Children under 5 are free



Contact Lily Bay State Park

13 Myrle's Way
Greenville, ME  04441
Phone: (207) 695-2700
Cell Phone: Off Season: (207) 941-4014

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Piscataquis County, Maine