Freeport Maine sightseeing near Wolfes Neck State Park
Maine South Coast, Casco Bay
Freeport Maine, Shopping, Nature,
Transportation Museums
Freeport Maine, is not just about Shopping.
Casco Bay and its woodland parks and shore might not be first on your mind when you enter Freeport and its dazzling outlet malls and all-night shopping but nearby there are Nature Preserves, Hiking Trails, Museums,
and Lobster Villages just  a short drive from Route One on the South Coast of Maine
Trolley Museum          www.trolleymuseum.org       195 Log Cabin Rd Kennebunkport, ME 04046       (207) 967-2712
Freeport Maine offers some natural wonders along with its outlet malls.  While some family members shop, others could head out on Wolfes Neck Road to the Wolfes Neck Woods State Park for a walk on the miles of nature trails along the shore of Casco Bay.  Twelve miles South of Freeport, the coast of Maine offers diverse attractions that include lighthouses, art museums, and a steam train museum at Portland.    
Wells Maine 36 miles south of Freeport on Route One
south Freeport Maine, Lobster Village
Casco Bay and its woodland parks and shore might not be on your mind when you visit Freeport for its outlet malls and its LL bean all-night shopping.
Renowned outfitter, L.L. Bean, open 24 hours, has been the anchor store and Freeport's claim to fame for more than 50 years.  Shopping is the lure that brings most visitors to Freeport and its dozens of outlet stores and specialty shops two hours north of Boston. There is a natural side to Freeport, however, the area has miles of coastal shoreline, acres of nature preserves on the edge of Casco Bay, and several estuarine parks that preserve Maine's natural beauty.

Twenty minutes north of Portland Maine on Route One, Freeport's shops become a friendly anchorage for travelers cruising the coastal highway. Huge parking lots and all night shopping break the spell of Maine's solitary lobster villages and pine-covered coast. There is a whole lot more than shopping on the mid-Maine coast, however; nature preserves, shore-line camping, and museums dedicated to art, to natural history, and  to transportation that can offer something for each member of the family.  
Freeport Maine shopping and hiking
Freeport Maine, Coastal Route One
Love trolleys, trains, boats, and planes? There are enough museums to antique transport within 80 miles of Freeport to keep the antique hunter busy.
Wolfes Neck Woods State Park, Freeport
Wolfes Neck Woods State Park, Freeport
Downtown Freeport, Route One
Freeport, Estuarine sunset near Wolfes Neck Woods State Park
Freeport Maine offers Outlet Shopping, Nature trails and nearby Transportation Museums. North of Portland on Route One, Freeport is famous for its 24 hour shopping but also offers camping, Nature Preserves, elegant lodging, and Hiking Trails.
How to Reach the Maine Coast  From Boston Go north on Route I-95 to Portsmouth New Hampshire.  and then Maine.  The first coastal town will be Kittery
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www.wellsreserve.org              www.trolleymuseum.org               http://mngrr.rails.net
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