Lily Bay State Park is located nine miles north of Greenville on the eastern shore of Moosehead Lake. The Park has 90 well spaced campsites, 38 of which are waterfront sites. It is a mix of tent and self contained RV sites with no hook-ups. We do have a dump station. The Park has a beautiful swimming beach and picnic area, and a 2 mile walking trail along the shore. We also have 2 boat launch ramps and boat slips for campers to use while staying with us. Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in New England and covers 117 square miles in area. Fishing for salmon, brook trout and togue is a popular activity, as is canoeing, kayaking, and boating. There are a lot of hiking trails in the area, rangeing from easy to all day hikes. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing; the Park is unstaffed in the winter. The park is 925 acres and was created primarily from woodland donated by Scott Paper Company.
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- Lily Bay State Park
- 13 Myrle's Way
- Beaver Cove
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