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You can now join or renew your Membership Online!


News:

Summer Edition of Forever Wild

Summer Edition of Forever Wild and Supplement, State of the Park is here!


NEW! Wilderness Speaker Series in Millinocket.

Speaker Series Poster.


2015 BSP Calendars are here!

© Photo by Beverley Guay


Join us for Walks in the Park


Volunteer Opportunities!


Now seeking Photos
for 2016 BSP Calendar!

See how to submit!



Plants of Baxter State Park Project
Linl toPlants of Baxter State Park Project

Trip Report

"On Friday of the Labor Day, weekend my husband Charles and I sign in at the Trout Brook Farm ranger station for a 4-day stay at the Lower Fowler Pond campsite. Within minutes of parking at the Fowler Brook trailhead, we are plodding through ankle..."


-U. Ingrid Richardson’s Report, April 17, 2012  

Read more Trip Reports or learn how to share your experiences in Baxter State Park.

Links

Important BSP resources can be found on our Links Page.





…said premises shall forever be used for public park and recreational purposes, shall forever be left in the natural wild state, shall forever be kept as a sanctuary for wild beasts and birds…

~ Governor Percival P. Baxter, Deed of Trust, March 3, 1931

Friends of Baxter State Park is an independent citizen group with a mission to preserve, support, and enhance the wilderness character of Baxter State Park in the spirit of its founder, Governor Percival Baxter.


Our Goals:

Preserve, restore and enhance Baxter State Park’s wilderness values and recreational resources through advocacy, education, volunteerism, funding, and partnerships.

Engage an active corps of outdoor advocates, conservationists, recreationists, and volunteers, including the next generation, in using, appreciating, and stewarding the Park “in the right unspoiled way.”

Strengthen the organization by effectively engaging and expanding board, staff, and volunteer resources so Friends of Baxter State Park has greater capacity and leadership to carry out its work.


Lady Slipper Flower Photographed on the Russell Pond Trail
Lady Slipper flower

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