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Maine Flag

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The dark blue Maine flag has a coat of arms in the center, with a pine tree and moose flanked by a farmer and sailor below the North Star.
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Remind yourself of Maine's beautiful forests and pine trees by flying the Maine state flag. These Maine flags are manufactured in America using top-quality nylon fabric that is sturdy and durable yet lightweight enough to wave in light wind. Made with a heat-resistant digital print, this Maine flag will not fade quickly, even when under direct sunlight. 

Take your outdoor display to the next level by flying this flag on one of our inground flagpoles. Please refer to this table of recommended pairings we've compiled to help you determine which flag size to choose for your pole.

Features of the Outdoor Maine Flag:

  • Crafted in the USA
  • Authentic 1909 design, celebrating Maine’s heritage
  • Durable 100% nylon, perfect for outdoor conditions
  • Sturdy canvas heading for lasting performance*
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets for secure mounting*

*For flags smaller than 8' x 12' they come with a canvas header and grommets, while larger flags are made with a heavier-duty rope and galvanized thimbles.

Are you interested in creating an indoor display in honor of Maine? We also carry the Maine state flag, finished with a pole sleeve and three borders of gold fringe.


The original Maine flag was first adopted in 1901 and consisted of a pine tree and a blue North Star on a light tan background. At the time, Maine was the northernmost state, represented by the North Star imagery.

The 1901 Maine flag was changed to the current official state flag in 1909. The current flag’s coat of arms features symbols such as a moose and pine tree emblem on a shield. The shield is flanked on either side by a sailor and a farmer, with a ribbon below reading the state’s name. Above the shield is the North Star and the Latin motto “Dirigo,” which means “I direct.”

Other Details

Capitol: Augusta
Flag Adopted: June 16, 1909
Entered Union: March 15, 1820
Motto: "Dirigo" / "I direct"
Nickname: The Pine Tree State, Vacationland
Known For: Lobster, scenery
State Bird: Chickadee
State Flower: White Pine Cone
State Mammal: Moose
Famous Mainers: Stephen King, Dorothea Dix, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Anna Kendrick, Judd Nelson, Patty Griffin