Maine's rock-bound coast, the north woods, mountains, lakes, and rivers all are represented in the one million acres managed by the Bureau of Parks & Lands.
From State Historic Sites to wilderness relics you will find an abundant and rich history on land managed by the Bureau. From Lighthouses to forts to early settlements, Maine has seventeen official State Historic Sites and many other historic places that fall within the boundaries of State Parks and Public Lands.
Selected Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands images:
- Native American Projectile Point
- Battery A, Fort Knox, ca. 1898
- Center Mountain lookout tower, ca. 1920
- Restricted Transfer Drawing, Harbor Defenses of Portland, Battery 201
- Infantry, Fort Knox, ca. 1862
- Soldiers, women outside barracks, ca. 1862
- Camp of the First Connecticut at Fort Knox, Prospect, 1898
- Aerial Photo of Fort Knox, ca. 1980
- Cock or Hammer From A Flintlock Musket, Pemaquid, 1690
- Restoring Katahdin Ironworks, 1966
- Native American Projectile Point, 7,000 Years Old
- Bone Hair Brush From the 1600s