Are you looking for Maine Wildlife? Visit the Maine Wildlife Park on Route 26 in Gray, just 3.5 miles from Maine Turnpike Exit 63.

Owned and operated by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, this is a guaranteed opportunity to see a moose; plus deer, bears, eagles, cougar, fisher, porcupine, coyote, hawks, owls, turtles, trophy trout and more – over 30 species of native wildlife! The wildlife at the park are injured, orphaned, or too dependent on humans to be released back into the wild. They are educational ambassadors to visitors that want to learn more about them.

The wildlife park is shady and cool in the summer. Fall is a great time to visit; crowds have thinned out, wildlife are growing in their winter coats and antlers, and the foliage is lovely. Click here for the many events hosted at the park!

There are nature trails and wildlife gardens to enjoy, a game warden museum, a visitor center with interactive exhibits and displays, a ‘snack shack’, gift shop and more! The park-like setting, wildlife exhibits and flower gardens make this an inviting stop. Bring a picnic and spend the day!

No reservations required. Admission fees.

Maine Wildlife Park
56 Game Farm Road
Gray, ME 04039
Phone: 207-657-4977 | Web:  | Facebook | 
Hrs:   Open daily, 9:30am-4:30pm; visitors may stay until 6pm
from mid-April – November 11th.