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    Kennebec Tales: Baxter State Park - Staff photo by Maureen Milliken | of | Share this photo

    The line has already formed at Baxter State Park headquarters in Millinocket at 6 a.m. Wednesday, though it’s still dark and minus 14 degrees. Inside the office, park officials prepare for the first day of 2015 summer reservations.

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    Baxter State Park Director Jensen Bissell greets campers who arrived early to make reservations for summer camping at the park Wednesday. It was the first day reservations could be made.

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    The sun rises behind Mount Katahdin in this photo taken last July from a Daicey Pond campsite. While the park is best known for Mount Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can.

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    Kennebec Tales columnist Maureen Milliken eats wild blueberries at Baxter State Park in 1976. While the park is best known for Mount Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can.

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    Ledge Falls on Nesowadnehunk Stream at Baxter State Park is a popular swimming spot, but also a relaxing place to cool off and read a book, columnist Maureen Milliken finds last September. While the park is best known for Mount Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can.

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    Bill Milliken and Tim Beauregard, brother and nephew of columnist Maureen Milliken, take five on North Traveler Mountain in the north end of Baxter State Park in 2012. While the park is best known for Mount Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can.

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    Kennebec Tales: Baxter State Park - Staff photo by Maureen Milliken Elizabeth Milliken, the columnist Maureen Milliken’s sister, kayaks on Daicey Pond at Baxter State Park last September, with Mount Katahdin in the background. While the park is best known for Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can. | of | Share this photo

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    The sun filters through new growth forest on Lost Pond Trail near the Daicey Pond campsite at Baxter State Park. While the park is best known for Mount Katahdin, it has many treasures that have campers scrambling to make reservations as soon as they can.

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