Mount Blue State Park is a public recreation area located in the town of Weld in Franklin County, Maine, and is open year-round. The park is just over 8,000 acres and the largest park in the state system. The park includes acreage on the west shore of Webb Lake as well as Mount Blue and other mountain peaks to the east of the lake. The park offers a nature center and many areas for camping, swimming, boating, fishing, and hunting. The extensive trail system provides visitors a place for hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ATV riding. The following photographs are from the scenic Center Hill Trail in the park, which is located at an elevation of 1,640 feet.
Information on the building of a mountain range at Mount Blue State Park.
A view of Webb Lake on a cloudy day.
A view from the Center Hill Trail parking area.
The entrance of the Center Hill Trail at Mount Blue State Park in Weld, Maine
The Center Hill Trail overlook of Webb Lake at Mount Blue State Park.
A view of the canopy and mountain range.
Enjoying the View of Webb Lake on the Center Hill Trail of Mount Blue State Park
A downward view of the rock ledges in the Center Hill Trail.
The bog located in the Center Hill Trail of Mount Blue State Park.
A scenic view of the autumn foliage during October.
A view of the mountains from the Center Hill Trail.
A fallen red maple leaf (Acer Rubrum).
A view of Mount Blue from the Center Hill Nature Trail.
The end of the Center Hill Trail near the parking area.
The picnic area at Mount Blue State Park.
An Adirondack shelter at the Center Hill Trail.
Leaving the Center Hill Overlook.