Owls Head State Park trails consist of one trailhead that splits into two separate paths. One path heads down to a small beach, while the other heads up to the lighthouse.
The left path (0.2 miles, easy) provides access to a small rocky beach with a view of Owls Head Lighthouse and the pine covered cliffs on which it stands. Enjoy a relaxing picnic along the shore at one of several picnic tables that provide stunning views of the Atlantic ocean.
The trail to the lighthouse (0.2 mile, easy) follows a gravel road that offers several views along Penobscot Bay. The lighthouse is on property owned by the Coast Guard and the lighthouse still has a coast guard family living in the house at the base of the lighthouse. There are a set of stairs that lead up to the lighthouse where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of Rockland Harbor and the surrounding bay.
Take time to explore the grounds where you will find opportunities for beachcombing, photography, wildlife watching and picnicking.
Day-use areas will be open from 9:00 am to sunset daily, unless posted otherwise.
Pets must be kept on a leash.
Visit Owls Head State Park online for more information or contact:
Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, Camden Hills State Park
From the intersection of US Route 1 and ME Route 73 in Rockland, head south on Maine Route 73 for 1.9 miles. Turn left onto North Shore Drive, and after 2.6 miles veer left onto Main Street in Owls Head for 0.2 miles. Turn left on Lighthouse Road to arrive at Owls Head State Park.
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