Lake St. George State Park
Imagine having your morning coffee while watching the crystal-clear water of Lake St. George change color as the Sun rises announcing the arrival of another day. Ah!
When you visit Lake St. George State Park and settle in at this relaxing Maine campground, the vision becomes reality. The island-studded lake that is the focal point of the park can be a haven of serenity or a fun-packed playground offering swimming and fishing in its spring-fed waters.
Located 25 miles east of Augusta on the northwest shore of refreshing Lake St. George, the park welcomes a variety of visitors. The eerie cry of the loons frequently fills the night air, reminding us that nature is hauntingly beautiful. And a Maine campground is the perfect setting for such a reminder.
The park’s 360 acres with rocky shoreline, large pines and spruce trees is primed for year-round recreation. With 38 RV sites – some available lakeside – visitors may stay up to 14 days to enjoy Lake St. George State Park’s many amenities. It is also a good place to use as a base camp if you want to enjoy hiking at other locations in the Midcoast region, such as Ducktrap Harbor or Leo’s Trail.