Maine National Parks
The Map of Maine National Parks
points out the exact geographical location of the several national parks of the state. Acadia National Park, Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Appalachian National Scenic Trail,
Maine Acadian Culture, Saint Croix Island International Historic Site and Roosevelt Campobello International Park are some of the prominent national parks of the State of Maine. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is spread over total land area of 2,175 miles and offers the tourist with a unique scope to enjoy the natural splendor and the adventurous sport of hiking of the place. The Acadia National Park is another favorite tourist spot of the State of Maine. The Acadia National Park is known for its picturesque landscape and rich wild life species. The Roosevelt Campobello International Park provides the tourists with an opportunity to learn more about the glorious life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Located in the St. John Valley, the Maine Acadian Culture reflects the unique cultural beliefs and rich traditional heritage of local inhabitants of the place. The Saint Croix Island International Historic Site bears relics to the rich architectural splendor and unique culture of the ancient times. The Maine State Map clearly mentions the different national parks of the state.