Mount Blue State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Mount Blue State Park is actually a pair of parks. One section lies on Mount Blue itself, while the other section is down alongside Webb Lake. The trails on and around the 3,187-foot Mount Blue and Tumbledown, Little Jackson, Blueberry, and Bald mountains are suitable for hikers of all abilities. There’s also a multiuse trail in the Center Hill section of the park for mountain bikers, hikers, equestrians, and ATVs.
The park’s campground is in the Webb Lake section. All 134 sites lie within a fairly short walk of the lake and are set within a dense, diverse forest with thick undergrowth. The woods are a mix of young and old deciduous and coniferous trees, with lots of spruce, birch, and maple. While the forest varies dramatically, the sites here have a relatively standard shape and layout, though they differ in size."