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Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Freeport

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Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park is a public recreation area located on Casco Bay on the southeastern side of Freeport, Maine. The state park occupies 244 acres (99 ha) on a narrow peninsula, Wolfe's Neck, that runs between Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River. It includes white pine and hemlock forests, salt marsh estuary, and rocky shore. The park is managed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

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  • A beautiful fall hike with views of the coast. There were lots of people also hiking, and the parking lot was pretty full, but still had solitude. 
    A beautiful fall hike with views of the coast. There were lots of people also hiking, and the parking lot was pretty full, but still had solitude.  more »
  • Although the park is closed, you can park on the road and walk in. We did a loop with beautiful views, but did not explore all of the trails. There were a fair amount of people and everyone was in.....  more
    Although the park is closed, you can park on the road and walk in. We did a loop with beautiful views, but did not explore all of the trails. There were a fair amount of people and everyone was in.....  more »
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  • Hands down, the best campground ever. From the website's ease of use to the very detailed camp site descriptions and pictures to the trails to the store to the views...I can't say enough good things. Whether you're a solo/couple tent camper or a larger RV camping family, Wolfe's Neck has a perfect space for you. We stayed for two nights on a longer road trip, and I wish we could have stayed longer--we will definitely be back!!
  • Beautiful coastline vistas along an easy-to-walk hiking path (includes stairs and some gentle rises). The area was very icy in parts on our visit today, late February. The forest itself was a beauty to walk through. We appreciated seeing the island where the Ospreys nest from afar knowing they are protected there from human activity.

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