Step Outside to Excitement
Lots more to do beyond the campground
Your vacation will be complete when you visit the Atlantic Ocean with its thundering surf and white sandy shores. Wells Beach is the closest beach, so hop in the car and go! You’ll find all kinds of things to see and do in Southern Maine. Just do it!
Of the five nearby beaches, Wells Beach is best known for being the perfect spot to gaze out over Wells Harbor. This family-friendly beach is a great place to swim, surf, and fish from the shore. You’ll reel in mackerel, striped bass, and bluefish. The beach is dog-friendly too!
Wells Harbor and HarborFest
Visit the Harbor to see lobster fishermen, pleasure yachts, and fishing charters. Wells Harbor Community Park hosts free concerts in the summertime and Harborfest–an annual community celebration – every August.
Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge
Visit more than 9000 acres of unspoiled lands, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife. Be sure to hike the mile-long Rachel Carson Trail. It’s an easy stroll that will take you through a forest to the edge of a salt marsh.
Wells Reserve at Laudholm
Hike and discover! Conservation center featuring trails through woodlands and wetlands, guided walks and kayaking, art projects, Annual Crafts Festival, and historic farm buildings.
Captain Nick’s Fishing Charters
Five stars from everybody! Take a family-oriented lobstering, sightseeing, or fishing trip. Captain Nick leaves the town dock daily, May thru October, and cruises along the scenic coast to take you to the best fishing spots.
First Chance Whale Watch
Experience the real Maine seacoast! See whales in their natural habitat, among swordfish and dolphins, when you take a short drive to nearby Kennebunk for a whale-watching cruise.
Old Marsh Country Club
Old Marsh Country Club is an 18 hole championship golf course located in Wells, Maine. The club was designed by Brian Silva and built in 2008 as an homage to the golden age stylings of C.B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor. Silva’s original work continues to earn wide praise for its incorporation of classic design features in a modern context at celebrated courses including Black Creek, Black Rock, Cape Cod National, Red Tail, Renaissance, and Waverly Oaks.
In its very first year of operation, Old Marsh CC was ranked “Top 10 Best in America” by GOLF Magazine and is consistently ranked in the Top 25 Courses in New England by New England Golf Monthly.
Wonder Mountain Fun Park
Your kids will love the two 18-hole mini-golf courses, Treasure Trap Human Maze, Franky’s Game Room where they can win prizes playing arcade games, and most of all…driving Go-Karts into the Snake Pit!
Ocean Gaming Casino
Dining and gaming until 1 AM in nearby Hampton, NH with Blackjack, Poker tables, Roulette, Craps, electronic machines, and the Riverboat Restaurant. The menu includes pizza and lobster rolls. Plus, a full bar in the Functions Room.
Ogunquit Dog Park
Your doggie wants to go do things too! The one-acre fenced Dog Park is open dawn to dusk, 7 days a week. The Park is sprayed for ticks every two months and features separate sections for large and small dogs, complimentary doo-doo bags, and water piped in from a 600-foot well.
Antiques for Collectors, Antiques for Pack Rats
Do you wish you still had your Grandma’s fancy candy dish? It’s right here in one of the many antique shops in Wells. Take the car and bring your kids to help you carry your treasures back to the RV.
Hungry? You’ll never go hungry in Wells
Choose seafood, steaks, pizza, American classics, Asian food, Mexican fare, Italian cuisine, and meals for every taste and budget. Many have dog-friendly patios. Try them all!
We’re Near It All!
You’ll find recreation, shopping, and dining here in Southern Maine. Plus, your family and pets are never far from quality healthcare.
- York Hospital – Emergency care and walk-in clinic in Wells
- Maine Health – Emergency and walk-in care in Wells
- Wells Family Practice– Healthcare for the entire family
- Wells Dog and Cat Hospital – Everything your pet needs under one roof
Treat yourself to serenity and relaxation along the beaches of Southern Maine and under the tall trees at Coastal Woods Campground.