5 Summer Memories to Make in Wells Maine

Spiller Farm

Spiller Farm is run by the Spiller family, which has been farming locally since 1894. The about 110-acre farm offers plentiful strawberries, apples, raspberries, various row crops, hay fields, woods, and a pasture. 

Billy’s Chowder House

Billy’s Chowder House offers great food in a uniquely picturesque location. It overlooks a tidal marsh and the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge. Sit at the bar, and you’re bound to spot some seals lounging and fish jumping through the window. 

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is a protected expanse of wetlands, salt marshes, and estuaries that spans about 50 miles through both Cumberland and York Counties. The refuge, which runs along the coast, is home to various plant and animal species that aren’t found in other parts of Maine. 

Congdon’s Doughnut

Since 1955, Congdon’s Doughnuts has been serving hot breakfast and some of the best fresh doughnuts that you can find. Nothing pairs better with a steaming cup of coffee than an apple fritter and some corned beef hash. 

Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Visiting the reserve is one of the best things to do in Wells Maine, drawing in nature lovers, photographers, birders, hikers, wildlife enthusiasts, history buffs, and more. 

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