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Turner Deadwaters, Baxter State Park, Maine
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Baxter State Park

170+ miles of trail • Maine

Explore the forests, ponds, and mountains of Maine in Baxter State Park. One of the crown jewels of Maine’s outdoors, Baxter State Park is home to the state’s highest peak, Mt Katahdin, as well as several other rugged mountains, dozens of lakes and ponds, several major streams, and some of the deepest wilderness in the state. Most visitors come to either camp in the pristine campgrounds around the park, or to climb Katahdin (which is also the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail). Whatever your plan, the Park is worth as much time as you can afford to spend there.

$9.99 full guide
$9.99 full guide

Baxter State Park Map

A map of Baxter State Park.
A map of Baxter State Park.
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Works Offline, No Data Required
Trusted Trail Data
Built for Community
Offline Maps
Detailed Waypoints
Tailored to You

How can I get it?

The Baxter State Park map is available as an in-app purchase in our Guthook Guides app, a free download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Our iOS and Android apps do differ slightly in their appearance. However, the majority of their features remain the same, and they access the same trail guide data.

This bundle includes all of our guides to Maine’s State Parks, Public Reserved Lands, and Acadia National Park.

With the mountains in the west and north, the rugged coastline, and the rivers and lakes in between, Maine can be a hiker’s paradise if you take a little time to explore. Mighty peaks like Katahdin and the Bigelows offer up dramatic views atop rugged climbs, while the coastal hills can be just as wild and beautiful, a little closer to villages and towns.

$29.99

One of the crown jewels of Maine’s outdoors, Baxter State Park is home to the state’s highest peak, Mt Katahdin, as well as several other rugged mountains, dozens of lakes and ponds, several major streams, and some of the deepest wilderness in the state. Most visitors come to either camp in the pristine campgrounds around the park, or to climb Katahdin (which is also the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail). Whatever your plan, the Park is worth as much time as you can afford to spend there.

NOTE: The trails of the Scientific Forest Management Area, and for the Katahdin Lake area, have not been added to this guide yet. All other trails are available.

ALSO: This app is not affiliated with Baxter State Park in any way. Please visit www.baxterstatepark.org for more details on visiting the Park before you go.

$9.99

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