Maine State Map – Places and Landmarks

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This Maine State Map shows major landmarks and places in Maine. For example, it features national forests, parks, preserves, military bases and federal lands in Maine.

Acadia National Park is Maine’s sole national park. With over 3.5 million visitors per year, visitors enjoy its historic motor roads, hiking trails, and carriage roads.

Maine is the most forested state in the entire United States with close to 90% as treed canopy cover. For example, White Mountain National Forest is a federally-managed forest with everything from mountainous hardwoods to alpine forests.

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Federal lands

National Park (NP)

Acadia National Park

National Forests (NF)

White Mountain National Forest

National Wildlife Refuge (NWR)
Aroostook NWR
Moosehorn NWR
Sunkhaze Meadows NWR
Cross Island NWR
Petit Manan NWR
Lake Umbagog NWR
Rachel Carson NWR

Maine lakes, rivers and reservoirs

Lakes, rivers and reservoirs
St John River
Moosehead Lake
Kennebec River
Bay of Fundy
Chamberlain Lake
Allagash River
Penobscot River

Indian Reserves (IR)

Passamaquoddy IR
Penobscot IR

Army, naval and military

Loring Air Force Base (Closed)
U.S. Naval Radio Station
U.S. Naval Survival Escape and Evasion Training Facility
Brunswick Naval Air Station

Maine Map – Landmarks and places

Augusta
Bangor
Lewiston
Portland
Bath
Eastport
Ellsworth Waterville
Rockland
Belfast
Calais
Caribou
Presque Isle
Vanceboro
Jackman
Orono
Brunswick
Bucksport
Dover-Foxcroft
Greenville
Machias
Millinocket
Rumford
Bar Harbor
Houlton
Fort Kent

State capital

Augusta

References

Map Collection

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