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Wells Reserve Featured in Coastal Access Guide

Posted by | March 21, 2014

A human shadow stretches over the salt marsh.Pick up three handy guides to the Maine coast and you'll always know where to access sandy beaches, nature areas, hiking paths, and boat launches as you travel the state's 5,300+ miles of shoreline. Each Maine Coastal Public Access Guide — there are separate editions for southern, midcoast, and downeast Maine — gives driving directions along with details on what to expect for parking, facilities, and amenities. Natural features and cultural highlights for more than 700 sites are described in the series, which was published in 2013 by the Maine Coastal Program, with significant involvement by the reserve.

You'll find the Wells Reserve at Laudholm anchoring the Southern Region guide on pages 27 and 28. More than 200 other special places from South Berwick to Kittery to Freeport are included in the volume.

Get your set of coastal access guides in the Visitor Center for just $20 or buy a single volume for $8. You can also order through the Coastal Program.

Maine Coastal Public Access Guide promotional card. Getting to the Maine Coast has never been easier!

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