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Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Freeport

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State Park
Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park is a publicly owned recreation area located on Casco Bay on the southeastern side of Freeport, Maine. The state park was created when the Lawrence M.C. Smith family donated the land to the state in 1969. It contains over of protected land and is used for hiking, birdwatching, picnicking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Park trails traverse both forested lands and rocky shoreline, offering views of Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River.
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TripAdvisor
  • Wolf Neck! What a little gem. Literally just a few miles from LL Bean. We love this place because our whole family can go and enjoy a walk in the woods, by the ocean. Because someone in our family is ...  more »
  • We love Wolfe's Neck in summer, fall or winter. There is a variety of hiking trails. you can lay on the rocks and enjoy the ocean air, look of thi gs a low tide or hike through some woods. much of it ...  more »
  • Great trails right on the water. Good for Xcountry skiing, hiking, etc...There are even Geocaches hidden on the trails.  more »
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  • This is one of quieter getaways in Freeport. The Casco Bay trail along the ocean is surreal. For photographers, there are lots of scenic spots.
  • Only five miles from downtown Freeport this is a great place to get close to the ocean, take a quiet walk, maybe watch the Osprey soar, and have a picknick lunch.
  • This is a great little park to visit, but there's not much to do. If you're not REALLY into osprey watching. The osprey island is definitely the highlight of the visit. If you're in the area and bored, it may be worth a trip.
  • I feel that any park that offers handicap accessible trails deserves 5 stars for being available to anyone looking to enjoy nature. The views of the water are gorgeous and the park and trails are taken care of. There are plenty of areas for picnics or just sitting and relaxing.
  • Ocean, woods, great walking trails, everything you could want in a park only 15 minutes from Freeport shopping.