The upcoming three-day weekend is the last chance for Mainers to enjoy state parks at no cost.

Earlier this month, Gov. Paul LePage signed a financial order that gives residents free day use admission to many state parks and historic sites around Maine. LePage said it's a way to thank Mainers for supporting state parks. Labor Day Weekend is the final weekend for Mainers to take advantage of free admittance.

There will be free admittance to the following state parks:

  • Androscoggin Riverlands
  • Aroostook
  • Birch Point
  • Bradbury Mountain
  • Camden Hills
  • Cobscook Bay
  • Colburn House
  • Colonial Pemaquid
  • Crescent Beach
  • Damariscotta Lake
  • Eagle Island
  • Ferry Beach
  • Fort Edgecomb
  • Fort Kent
  • Fort McClary
  • Fort Point
  • Fort Popham
  • Fort Pownall
  • Fort O'Brien
  • Grafton Notch
  • Holbrook Island
  • Lamoine
  • Lake St George
  • Lily Bay
  • Moose Point
  • Mt Blue
  • Owls Head Light
  • Peaks-Kenny
  • Popham Beach
  • Quoddy Head
  • Range Pond
  • Rangeley Lake
  • Reid State Park
  • Roque Bluffs
  • Two Lights
  • Sebago Lake
  • Shackford Head
  • Swan Lake
  • Vaughan Woods
  • Warren Island
  • Wolfe's Neck Woods.

Find all the details on the website.