The Camden Hills State Park is a state park and recreation area in Camden, Maine. It features 5700 acres? worth of natural habitats and environments.
Originally known as the Camden Hills Recreation Development Area, the Camden Hills State Park was created initially in the 1930s by the National Park Service and the Civilian Conservation Corps. It was later renamed to Camden Hills State Park in 1947 and stayed as one of the state?s most visited attractions.
The Camden Hills State Park features Mount Battie as well as views of the Camden Harbor, and the Penobscot Bay. Aside from the beautiful scenery, visitors can also enjoy camping, birding, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and hiking at the park.