Maine Things to Do : Outdoors in the Freeport Maine Area

Maine things to do : Reid State Park Beach

Maine Things to Do: There are so many things to do in Maine, that you'll have trouble fitting them all in a short visit!

Freeport is the ideal place to find things to do in Maine! Our central location places you in close proximity to many other popular areas. You can view spectacular coastal scenery, enjoy numerous outdoor activities and discover Maine history.


Maine Things To Do

Adventure
L.L. Bean Outdoor Discovery Programs.
Learn to fly fish, paddle a canoe or kayak, cross-country ski, snowshoe, or practice archery or clay target shooting.

Lincoln Canoe and Kayak Outdoor Center
Paddle a canoe or kayak, or try paddle boarding

Bird Watching
Mast Landing Bird Sanctuary.
A serene Maine Audubon Society property perfect for walking, enjoying a picnic and bird watching.

Gisland Farm Sanctuary.
A Maine Audubon Society property with nature trails winding through meadows, woods and estuaries. Enjoy art exhibits and an extensive collection of mounted mammals and birds representative of Maine's ecosystems.

Beach
Winslow Memorial Park.
Freeport's town park has a beach with nature trails, a picnic area with tables, grills, volleyball court, playground and sheltered or open group function area, all with pretty coastal views.

Animals
Wolfe's Neck Farm.
Cows, pigs, sheep and chickens are at this public organic farm situated on the shore of Casco Bay. Watch a calf being born (April) and walk in the wooded nature trails.

Hiking
Healthy Walks near Freeport

Wolfe's Neck State Park.
Hike nature trails around the peninsula's perimeter, climb on the rocks and try to spot an osprey while enjoying the magnificent views.

Androscoggin River Bicycle & Pedestrian Path is a 2.63 mile paved bicycle and walking path along the Androscoggin River. It is maintained year round, and open 24 hrs. (Parking at the Water Street entrance is open 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset).

Desert
Desert of Maine.
Visit the 1797 William Tuttle farm. After successful years growing potatoes, severe soil erosion occurred on this land exposing a veritable desert. Most of the farm's buildings have been curried by sand, but the 200 year old barn houses the Farm Museum.

Boating
Captain Fish's Whale Watch, Boothbay Harbor
Hardy Boat, New Harbor
Monhegan Boat Line, Port Clyde

Parks
Bradbury Mountain State Park.
Hike a small mountain and see an enormous view.

Reid State Park.
Enjoy magnificent scenery, crashing surf and a tidal area for children at this wonderful beach.

Popham Beach State Park.
Panoramic views and a small rocky island to explore, this beach is a spectacular example of Maine scenery.

Wolfe's Neck State Park.
Hike nature trails around the peninsula's perimeter, climb on the rocks and try to spot an osprey while enjoying the magnificent views.

There are truly so many things to do in Maine that you'll have to plan carefully to take in all of them!