Park Passes 

The library has once again been able to purchase a number of free (or discounted) passes to area parks. They are available on a first come/first serve basis.

Scroll down for descriptions, our policies and links to web sites.  Please be sure to check each location's website for current operating information. 



Maine State Park Pass The pass admits occupants of up to a 17 passenger vehicle to day-use facilities of select Maine State Parks and Historic Sites.  The pass cannot be duplicated or copied and cannot be used for overnight camping. 

Over 700,000 acres of Maine’s natural and cultural resources are managed by the Bureau of Parks and Lands. Conservation easements and leases bring the total land area managed to over 2 million acres. With a Maine State Park Pass, you can visit state parks and historic sites without paying day-use fees (entrance fees).   The pass cannot be used at:  Acadia National Park, Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Baxter State Park, Maine Wildlife Park or Swan Island, Penobscot Narrows Observatory, Penobscot River Corridor, Peacock Beach or Scarborough Beach. 

Click here for Limerick Public Library's Maine State Park Pass Policy   

Click here for the Maine State Parks map.

Click here for Maine State Park exceptions to using the pass.


Maine Wildlife Park Pass    

Welcome to the Maine Wildlife Park, where you’re guaranteed to see moose, and more animals in a day than you could ever spot in the wild!

Families, nature lovers, photographers, and wildlife enthusiasts can meet our wildlife, learn all about them, and of course, take lots of pictures! The park is home to over 30 species of Maine wildlife that cannot be returned to their natural habitats. Some are here because they were injured or orphaned, and others because they are human dependent – raised, sometimes illegally, in captivity. 

  1. The Community Pass is to be used by individuals or families only when issued to a library or other community service group. It is not intended for large group use (more than 7 people).
  2. Each member of the group (3 years old and up) using this pass will be charged a $3.50 admission fee when they present the Community Pass at the gatehouse. Cash and checks only.  There is an ATM onsite.
  3. This pass may be used at the Maine Wildlife Park during the season: April 15 to November 11, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Visitors can stay at the Park until 6:00 pm.  Hours may vary. Please call the park for up to date information.  (207) 822-6460

Click here for the Maine Wildlife Website