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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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  • Grass on site was over grown and picnic table unusable. My husband called the office and a new picnic table was delivered and grass was cut. Lots of farm animals and beautiful Casco Bay. Close to...  more »
  • Lovely wooded State Park on the shore of Casco Bay, a short drive from Main St. Freeport. Family friendly hiking trails, picnic tables and rest rooms. Entrance fee of $6.00 if from out of state...  more »
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  • Wolfe’s Neck is such a lovely state park. There aren’t many facilities like camping or amenities such as organized tours at this park which helps it, I think, to keep a feeling of being authentically wild and serene. Though there are nicely maintained pathways and of course signage, it is a maintained state park. But I guess what I’m trying to say is that if you want to feel like you’re really experiencing the land here, you can. The couple who bought the property and gifted it to the state, mandated that it would always be the way it is and would stay pristine. That shows! I really loved my visit and wish I could have stayed all day.
  • So close to civilization and yet so serene. Great for walking my small dog. the smell of the salt sea air was wonderful. inexpensive (out of state)fee to use a wonderful resource

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