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Wolfe's Neck Farm, Freeport

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Only here for a night. Wonderful! Working farm with livestock and organic crops. All ages enjoyed barn tour and animal petting. Not fancy. Pit potties in main camping areas, but kept very clean and "s...  read more »
  • The farm was a beautiful hiking experience. You can go as long or as short as you like. We were there Labor Day, so lots of locals who were so nice to us! 
  • The farm is so varied and well maintained with a little self service food store. The views stunning, the walks through the Park are pleasant. 
  • If you choose your site carefully, you will have a wonderful experience. This campground is really geared toward tenters, as those sites are on the water and a bunch (West Bay) near flush toilets/showers. Middle Bay and East Bay have only outhouses which are not for the faint-of-heart, BUT, if you're looking for wooded quiet, those are the sites to get. Some beautiful ones on the water (but yes, there is a drop-off due to the nature of the coastline - not for little ones less than 4 or 5, or if your child is a daredevil). I chose one near the flush toilets as I brought a 4 yo and also wanted to be near the playground. It was a great choice - an inland (but had great water views) site facing East and the gardens. Nice and shady in the hot afternoon. Check the compass orientation on the campground map to decide if you want your tent lit up first thing in the morning, or sun in the afternoon. Some sites are sunny or shady all day, you really have to check it out or ask before you reserve. Their descriptions on the website are pretty accurate. Mine said "fairly private" and "some shade" and that's what it was. GREAT place for children who love farms, although not much of a sandy beach if that's what is important to you.
  • Ocean front lots all have a steep cliff the ocean which looks more like a lake,.. no ocean breeze here or salt air or the relaxing waves. The small sandy beach is open to the public for $2.00 and is packed with families / kids not here to camp. the "very used" bathroom is only convenient to a handful of cities....Bring your own outhouse and shower. bottom line; camping in the woods with a body of water.
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  • My family and I absolutely loved the ostrich like experience.
  • Very beautiful land . Pastures , horses, turkeys, .Very steep"cliff" waterfront sites, not for children! W/E sites are away from water views and sites are very "rustic" A class A camper would find some sites too muddy and rough. Grass is long and wild, uneven terrain .... And these sites only have a very " well used " outhouse .. Shower is a drive away. A Nice place ...BUT....
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