Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park

Freeport, Maine

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A hike through a variety of forest types and along the rocky shores of Casco Bay. In addition to the roughly 5 miles of trails described here, Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park offers self-guided nature tours, regular nature programs with a park naturalist, a 0.5-mile-barrier-free path, a picnic area, and a chance to view ospreys in the wild. This park is recommended for physically-challenged individuals, families with children, and anyone interested in learning more about the natural history of south coast Maine. General location: On Wolf Neck near Freeport in Cumberland County. Wolf Neck is a peninsula bounded by Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River.
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Hiking Maine

by Tom Seymour (Falcon Guides)

A hike through a variety of forest types and along the rocky shores of Casco Bay. In addition to the roughly 5 miles of trails described here, Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park offers self-guided nature tours, regular nature programs with a park naturalist, a 0.5-mile-barrier-free path, a picnic area, and a chance to view ospreys in the wild.

This park is recommended for physically-challenged individuals, families with children, and anyone interested in learning more about the natural history of south coast Maine. General location: On Wolf Neck near Freeport in Cumberland County. Wolf Neck is a peninsula bounded by Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Freeport
Distance: 1.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Park is open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Visitors are welcome during daylight hours year-round.
Local Contacts: Maine Department of Conservation, (207) 287-3821
Local Maps: DeLorme's The Maine Atlas and Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park

Recent Trail Reviews

5/24/2008
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Pretty standard, yet ultimately boring state park. It is completely flat and the trails just weave around and through the forest (uninspiring really). The big draw here is the ocean front and the water, so the trails are just "there" in the wooded area. Very crowded. Pay to play.



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Apr 2018