Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
First opened in 1933, presents both showy Broadway musicals and children's theater each summer.
Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge
Named after the famous environmentalist, the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge consists of 9000 acres of protected coastal areas. There are...
Excursions in Maine
Excursions in Maine offers scenic half-day kayak tours ($60) as well as overnight trips with two days of paddling ($250). If you’re...
This kitschy fun piano bar attracts a mixed crowd to its many off-key singalongs, and is a dapper setting for a cocktail. There’s tasty...
If you want good seafood and aren't particular about the view, this reliable joint serves lobster in all its various incarnations from...
Lonely Planet review
The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve has 1600 acres of protected coastal ecosystems, with 7 miles of hiking and cross-country ski trails past woodlands, fields, wetlands, beaches and dunes. Its diverse habitats make it a particularly intriguing place for birdwatchers. To get there, take US 1, 1.5 miles north of Wells and turn right onto Laudholm Rd.