Maine State Park Pass 2020

The library has purchased a Maine State Park Season Pass 2020. It admits occupants of up to a 17-passenger vehicle to day-use facilities of select Maine State Parks and Historic Sites. View participating parks here.

The Park Pass may be borrowed by adults age 18 and over with a Liberty Library membership in good standing. These rules apply:

  • 3-day checkout limit
  • Cannot be renewed
  • Cannot be reserved
  • Can be returned in book drop
  • If lost, the full replacement of $105 will be charge.

The Maine State Park Pass is for day use-use only and does not include camping. However, if you are camping at one of the 12 campgrounds, the day-use fee is included in the camping fee.


The Farnsworth Art Museum is located at 16 Museum Street in Rockland, Maine. It offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America’s greatest artists. It has one of the largest public collections of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson, and its Wyeth Center features works of N.C., Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth.

The library has four passes. Each individual pass admits one adult (17+) to the museum. (Children 16 & under get in free.) The passes may be borrowed for 1 week. Please be considerate and return pass(es) as soon as possible. They may be returned in the book drop if enclosed in an envelope. Replacement cost per pass is $41.25 if not returned.

This summer, tickets are required in order to visit the museum. When you choose to visit, you will need to register online for a timed-entry ticket. You should “Buy a Ticket” using the “Member” free ticket type and your own name(s). Here is the link to register in advance: On this page, visitors can also see their guidelines for visitation in keeping with the State of Maine’s COVID-19 safety regulations.