Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park Professional Review and Guide
"This coastal treasure offers 5 miles of easy forest and shore-side walking trails, including a wheelchair- and stroller-accessible path. Bring your binoculars! Drive five minutes away from Freeport’s bustling shopping district, and Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park transports you into the tranquil natural world.
This 245-acre park has 5 miles of easy walking trails, clean and modern restrooms, a picnic area, and diverse ecosystems, including mature hemlock and white pine forests, a salt marsh estuary, and the rocky shorelines of the Harraseeket River and Casco Bay. Named after the land’s early European settlers, Henry and Rachel Wolfe and established in 1972, this park is now considered one of Maine’s coastal treasures."