Maine State Facts

  • State Flag: maine
  • State Capital: Augusta
  • Largest City: Portland
  • Abbreviation: ME
  • Counties: Maine Counties
  • Towns & Cities:: Towns and Cities in Maine
  • Constitution: 23rd State - March 15th, 1820
  • NickName: The Pine Tree State
  • State Flower: white pine cone and tassel
  • State Tree: Eastern Whitepine
  • State Bird: Black-capped Chickadee
  • State Fish: landlocked salmon
  • State Animal: Moose
  • State Mineral: ourmaline
  • State Cat: Maine Coon Cat
  • State Insect: honeybee
  • State Song: "State of Maine Song"
  • Land Area: 33,265 sq. mi
  • Highest Point: Mt. Katahdin
  • Lowest Point: Sea Level at the Atlantic Ocean
  • Border States: Massachusetts(S), New Hampshire(W/SW)
  • Area Codes: 207
  • Government Links: Maine

ME State Facts
Maine is the easternmost state in the US and borders Canada. Scenic seacoast, beaches, lakes, mountains, and resorts make Maine a popular vacation destination. There are more than 2,500 lakes and 5,000 streams, plus more than 30 state parks to attract hunters, fishermen, skiers, and campers.

More Facts:
Products, Low Bush Blueberries, Fishing, Seafood and Lobster.

Places of Interest:
Cadillac Mountain - Acadia National park is the Highest peak on the U.S. east coast.
Baxter State park in Maine's highland forests is great for camping, hiking and water skiing.

Last updated on April 21, 2021