Location Lat 44.088318 / Lon -68.048464
Four (4) miles off Route 73 on Lighthouse Road, Owl's Head.
Hours / Season Open all year; 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily. No fees are charged at this location.
Owls Head State Park is managed in conjunction with the United State Coast Guard. The park provides access to Owls Head Light, an 1852 lighthouse poised on a granite promontory 100 feet above Penobscot Bay. The structure, light keeper's house and the immediate surrounding grounds remain U.S. Coast Guard property. Nonetheless, visitors can park at the parking lot, enjoy the picnic grove and walk to either the small rocky beach, with its views of Rockland, or near the lighthouse grounds and the lighthouse on the bluff above.
The park provides picnic tables and shore access.
Read the March 4, 2017 Rubys on the Road review of the park.
If you are interested in learning about geology around the state, check out the Maine Geological Survey Searchable Database.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund contributed to this State Park.Learn more about LWCF.
- Watchable wildlife
Consider lending a hand. Contact us if you would like to help with stewardship or maintenance work.
View the Maine Parks and Lands EVENT CALENDAR
Owls Head, Maine.
c/o Camden Hills State Park
280 Belfast Road
Camden, ME 04843
In Season: (207) 236-3019
After Labor Day: (207) 236-0849
Directions and Parking
From Route 73 south of Rockland take North Shore Drive east to Maine Street in Owls Head, then north to Lighthouse Road. Follow Lighthouse Rd. into the park.