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Camden Hills

The summits, ledges, and forests of the Camden Hills form an ecologically rich area with high recreational and scenic values. Camden Hills State Park forms the core of a nearly 6,000-acre block of largely undeveloped land just north of the village of Camden. The state park supports several natural communities of statewide significance, including an acidic rocky summit, spruce woodland, oak-pine woodland, and oak-beech forest. The town-owned Millerite Ledges and Maiden Cliff lie immediately west of Camden Hills State Park and east of Lake Megunticook.  

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    by Land for Maine's Future
    Offering spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and the surrounding countryside, Camden Hills State Park sees the highest day-use of any park in Maine without a beach and its visitation keeps growing. Reason: the area's scenic beauty is matched by its ecological significance.

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