From the outlet district on Route 1 in Freeport, take Bow Street across from the LL Bean outlet. Turn Right onto Flying Point Road. Turn right onto Wolfs Neck Road. The park will be on your left near the end of the penninsula.
Department of Conservation
Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands
22 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333
Park Office, for education programs and guided group walks: (207) 865-4465
The park charges an entrance fee during the open season. In the Winter, there are no facilities and the park is closed and you need to park on the road outside the park entrance, but not blocking the gate.
The pine and hemlock forest house many small mammals and migratory birds.
When the tide is low, you can see a variety of shore birds including pipers and plovers, as well as ducks and gulls. In the winter, seaducks like scoters and eiders and mergansers and even loons are possible.
But, the real attraction is the osprey nest on Googins Island. The Island in an Osprey sanctuary and people are not allowed on it. There is a great look out on the shore where you can look up into the nest and see the Osprey chicks beg for food and test their wings.
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