Lost hiker found after 3-hour search thanks to GPS tracking

The rescue team was formed by 10 Camden firefighter, 5 Coastal Mountains Search and Rescue team members, a Knox County Regional Communications staff, and a Maine Game Warden in order to find a 28-year-old from Bath woman who got lost in Mount Battie State Park. After a 3-hour long search, she was finally found safe. It was reported that the woman was hiking by herself dusk of October 10, and got lost so she called emergency services at around 6:30 pm. Luckily, she was found within 3 hours because of the GPS coordinates of the cellphone she used to call [...]

Imagine recharging your car where you recharge yourself – at Maine state parks

If you’ve spent extensive time outside exploring Maine’s abundant natural beauty in the last year, you’re in good company. Attendance at Maine’s state parks broke records in 2020, and 2021 has already been another banner year for Maine campgrounds. Our state parks are beautiful places that remind us about the things worth living for: open scenery, fresh air, vibrant wildlife, and a connection to nature. And for those of us working at home from a desk or a couch, it’s a place to stave off cabin fever and lower back pain. While our parks offer so much, one important thing is missing: [...]

2021-09-27T10:48:05+00:00September 27th, 2021|Maine State Parks, State Parks News|0 Comments
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