Overview Of Area Things To Do and See

Wells has several beaches, the largest of which is Wells Beach, with Drakes Island Beach and the smaller Crescent Beach also in Wells.  Wells has one of the largest collections of used, rare book stores and antique dealers on the Maine coast.  Travel up to Route 1 and visit these stores, dealers and shops.

Wells Harbor and the nearby salt marsh provide great recreation. Kayaks and canoes are available for rent from several area businesses.

There are many scenic areas along the Maine coastline that you can visit. The Wells Beach main entrance provides a viewing deck with many benches where you can sit and relax.

Although there are several deep sea fishing charter boats that leave out of Wells Harbor each day, some people just want to kick back and fish off the jetty on the north end of Wells Beach.  The channel provides great fishing.

Wells Harbor also provides a great place to launch your canoe or kayak.  If you are bringing your own vessel, go down to Harbor Park and park.

The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge is located just off US Route 1 in Wells and has several hiking trails.  Also, the Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm also provides that very special nature activity that many visitors to Wells seek in addition to visiting our spectacular beaches.

To the south of Wells, you can visit Ogunquit, just 5 miles down the road.  At Perkins Cove you can park and hike the Marginal Way.

The fall is a special time at Wells Beach.  The water is actually warmer during the early weeks of September and the waves a little higher.

So much to do just in Wells alone, and you are right at the center of it all here at Summer Hill RV Park of Wells, Maine.