Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park abuts the farm and offers more trails through woods, marshes, and the craggy coastline. Guided tours on this osprey-loving island area are available seasonally.
One of the historical treasures of Freeport Maine is Pettengill Farm, a saltbox farmhouse surrounded by trails on three sides and the Harraseeket River on the fourth.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Wilbur’s of Maine with traditional favorites and seasonal specialties. Take a tour of the factory on Lower Maine Street without worrying about Willy Wonka’s oddities. Grab some Maine Mud (chocolate sauce), or stick to your diet with Paleo or Keto almonds.
Harraseeket Lunch & Lobster Company offers dockside casual Maine fare, like lobster rolls and whoopie pies.
Just 6 miles from Freeport Maine, you can finally get some elevation by climbing Bradbury Mountain State Park. Eight hundred acres of land await, and the climb isn’t extreme with the summit rising just 485 feet above sea level but still offering top-of-the-world views.