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Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm

A 1600-acre reserve with fields, forests, marshes, and beach. 7

Wells, ME Outdoor Recreation

Meetinghouse Museum/Wells Hist. Society

Artifacts & memorabilia relative to Old Wells. Genealogical & Historical Research Library. Historic Meeting house at site of first church built 1662 and burned by Indians in 1692. Winter: W&Th 10-4. Summer: TWTH 10-4 Saturdays 10-1

Wells, ME Museums

Lighthouse Depot

The World's Largest Lighthouse Gift Store. Two buildings, two floors, free parking, tour buses and RV's welcome. As featured in Yankee Magazine, Downeast Magazine and on PBS'TV's Legendary Lighthouses. Open year '

Wells, ME Other Attractions


Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

The 5000-acre refuge protects coastal wetlands from Cape Elizabeth to Kittery. Over 350 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians have been observed on the refuge. Interpreted trail at HQ. Information is available in the office from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday;

Wells, ME Other Attractions

Things to do Beaches near Wells, ME

Fortunes Rocks Beach

Just over two miles long. This is a popular swimming beach with birdwatching nearby. Non-resident beach permit is required....

Kennebunk Beach

2,500-foot fine sand beach. Popular for swimming and surfing. Parking along side road. No facilities or services....

Drake's Island Beach

2,800 foot swimming beach with dunes and nature area. Limited parking available. Restrooms available....

Goose Rocks Beach

Approximately 2-mile-long swimming beach with salt marsh and bird watching. This fine white sand beach is great for families...

Wells Beach

More than 2 miles of white sand beach that is great for families. Kids can explore the tidal pools and splash in the surf. ...