Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park

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Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park

Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park
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Maine state park that offers a scenic walk along Casco Bay.
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Patrick L
Nashua, NH83 contributions
Nice day at the park
Oct. 2020
While in Freeport, my wife and I decided to check out this park. We did go to this park on a very nice day. Beautiful views of the bay there. With COVID, people maintained separation but was still enjoyable. To get to some of the trails and to the rocks as shown in this picture, you will have some up/down trails to walk. If you have some physical limitations, this can be an issue to enjoy the bayside access. The other thing to mention is that there's a fee for both resident and non-resident. However, there is no one to take your money or make change. You need to come with exact change and drop the money in a steel cylinder at the entrance. Other than that, would come back, again!
Written October 12, 2020
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moxh
New York City, NY10 contributions
Gorgeous park with something for everyone
Sep. 2020
You can't ask for a better relaxing hike through a park than Wolfe's Neck Woods. It's so well maintained, and the whole place is just beautiful. You can go down on the rocks by the water, or climb up on different trails, there's something for everyone here. They have guided tours during normal times, which are great, but this visit was during COVID and they were suspended, and sorely missed.
Written September 23, 2020
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2tired2choose
Nashville, TN196 contributions
Beautiful Trails and Wonderful Beach
Sep. 2020
This is a great park from the clean restrooms, clearly marked trails and maps. It's not often that you get to encounter a beach on a hike and it did not disappoint!
Written September 13, 2020
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Wyckoff, NJ319 contributions
Nice
Jul. 2020
We stopped by for a hike on a Saturday morning. Pleasant drive up from Portland and easy to find. Decent amount of parking and easy to find a spot that early. Trail was perfect for a novice like myself and had no trouble navigating. Slightly let down by the view of the water towards the middle of our hike as it was very limited and not much to see. Other than that it was a peace stroll with a few inclines and declines. I'm sure the other trails were more challenging and possibly led to better views. Would return again if I was in the area and looking for a hike.
Written August 25, 2020
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marcopolopaloalto
Palo Alto, CA1,027 contributions
Well maintained trails along the Casco Bay
Aug. 2020 • Couples
Relaxing pathways/ trails thro a well maintained wooded forest of trees that meanders in and out and along Casco Bay with views of the bay/ocean. Places to sit by the bay, and story boards along the paths make for an informed visit. Picnic tables in one alcove along one trail were a nice respite for a group of hikers. Most people wearing masks and social distancing.
Unforgettable views of bay and people on boats and kayaks and paddle boards enjoying the bay waters.
We went to park about 10:30 AM and it were only a few hikers and parking lot had lots of spaces.
Easy walking for families and some short trails of .3/.5/1.2 miles no swimming along the bay trail now.
Easy parking, entrance fee for 2 Senoirs $4.00
Written August 17, 2020
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Michael M
Freeport, ME4 contributions
MikeM
Aug. 2020 • Couples
Excellent ay trip from cottage with wife and dog. My grandson would have loved the nature views. Got to see an osprey.
Written August 4, 2020
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NHWanderlust
NH1,803 contributions
Peaceful, Pretty Spot To Walk A Bit In Central Maine
Jul. 2020
We stopped at one of the trails on a hot summer's day and it was really nice. There was no one else there at the White Pines Trail and the scent of pine needles was amazing. It was nice and shady as we walked through the pines, and the trail surface was packed dirt - great for someone like me in a motorized wheelchair/scooter. Along the way, there are views of Casco Bay. There are also restrooms and dedicated picnic tables for those with disabilities. Definitely worth a visit.
Written July 30, 2020
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Cara S
Plymouth, MA378 contributions
Maine weekend with the girls
Feb. 2020
We rented a house right on Wolfe’s Neck road. The view is absolutely spectacular. We went in the winter and It had just snowed. The drive down to the park was beautiful. I highly suggest taking a break from shopping and look at the breathtaking view of the Maine coastline!
Written February 9, 2020
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Dora H
Carrollton, TX9 contributions
Beautiful!
Nov. 2019 • Couples
Went for a quick drive to this place. Glad we did. We hiked the short distance through the woods to the water. It was cold but so incredibly beautiful.
Written November 19, 2019
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Sarah K
San Francisco, CA173 contributions
Farm, hiking & good food
Sep. 2019 • Family
We signed up for the farm visit for our 3 year old and ended up getting a 1-on-1 tour, which was awesome. Our son got to feed the goats, visit the chicken coop and see a baby cow. Afterwards, we went on a 2 mile hike, which was super kid friendly (flat and lots of little bridges and forts along the way). We stopped at the outdoor cafe on our way out - food was really fresh.
Written November 6, 2019
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