Wolfe’s Neck Center is preserving the past and cultivating the future. We grow food, engage children and adults with education programs, offer outdoor recreation and camping, host community events, and more. There’s something for everyone to do!
WE ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC EVERY DAY FROM DAWN TILL DUSK
Engage in moments of fun and learning with your family through one of our many farm and campground programs led by our educators.
Enjoy a quality meal on your farm or campground visit! You’ll find farm favorites, plus Maine lobster rolls, ice cream, and special wood-fired pizza nights, with many ingredients sourced right from our fields.
Paddle the calm Casco Bay waters by kayak or canoe, or take to the country roads by bicycle.
Explore the far reaches of our forest, pastures, and shoreline through a Wolfe Tracks adventure!
Can you uncover all seven of our Points of Exploration?
At each point on your journey, mark your Wolfe Tracks card with the special hole punch found at the site. Once you’ve been to all the sites, head to the last stop in the journey – the Farm Store – to present your card and pick up a special Farm Explorer gift!
Pick up a booklet at the Farm Store or Campground Store from June – October.
Wolfe’s Neck Center has more than three miles of hiking trails crossing a span of ecosystems.
Stop into our Farm Store, featuring our organic produce and pasture-raised meats. We also have a tasteful array of Maine maple syrup, honey, jams and other local products. Open May–October.
Our Wishcamper Livestock Education Barn is home to sheep, goats, chickens and ducks. The barn is free and open to the public year-round from dawn till dusk.
Wolfe’s Neck Center is ideally suited to provide your group with a unique and meaningful experience on a working, saltwater farm. We offer a variety of educational programs and volunteer opportunities suited for all age groups.
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