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    Staff Writer Deirdre Fleming rows a rental boat toward Warren Island State Park.

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    Warren Island Park Manager Byron Crosby and Park Ranger Sandie Sabaka stand at the pier.

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    The state park rents a row boat for $20 at the town dock on Islesboro, right where the ferry from Lincolnville drops passengers.

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    A ferry, the Margaret Chase Smith, motors through the channel between Warren Island State Park (background) and Grindle Point Light after departing the dock at Isleboro.

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    You need a boat to get to Warren Island State Park, but you don't need to own one. The park rents this rowboat to intrepid campers.

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    Eve Dove leads three dogs along the trail at Warren Island State Park.

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    Young campers fish from the bow of a boat tied to the pier at Warren Island State Park. From left: Ella Villeneuve, Kelvy Hunter, Connor Bickford and Nora Vulleneuve.

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    Ferns grow thick on Warren Island.

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    Matteo Lungren of Ithaca, N.Y., prepares to eat lunch at his campsite on Warren Island. Lungren and his partner, Carolyn Lyon, rented a rowboat to get to the isolated state park.

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    Joe Dienes of Westbrook surveys the Camden Hills from his bayside campsite at Warren Island State Park. Dienes has visited the island every year for 22 years. His tattoo depicts Kokopelli, a Native American fertility deity usually shown as a humpbacked flute player.

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    Much of the trail that traces the shore of Warren Island is lined with ferns.

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