The Wells Reserve at Laudholm 2.9 (reviews)

Wells, ME National Parks Unclaimed

About The Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Wildlife, nature, trails, exploring...yes please!

Wells Reserve at Laudholm is dedicated to advancing stewardship through science, conservation and education.  So it's great for our environment!

They have 2,250 acres of protected land which you can explore and learn from as a family.

It's also a great way to learn and understand the conservation they do, as the numerous exhibits in the Main Coastal Ecology Center explain how the very busy researchers investigate the environments, salt, marshes, watersheds and wildlife to see how they are being influenced by other factors, and how they can protect them. 

You can also learn about the stunning Maine coastal lowlands and how they have formed over the thousands of years, and how the people who lived there have influenced, and been influenced. 

There are several miles of trails for those active families, from easy to moderate, where you can enjoy the coastline.  They are open all year round, including winter where you can cross-country ski and snowshoe, but just be mindful they are not groomed in winter. 

They have guided tours run by naturalists so you can really indulge in the learning experience, of the fun Discovery Program which is super fun for kids 6 - 12 where you take on your own self-guided trail with an activity backpack which has everything you need for a half day "investigation"

The reserve hold events throughout the year, even chamber concerts so you can enjoy music under the trees, and they have great school programs and summer camps for kids. 

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Adults $4 (over 16)

Children $1 (ages 6 - 16)

Free Under Under 6

Last Update 2022

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The Wells Reserve at Laudholm FAQ’s

Doing our bit

Wells Reserve are constantly looking at conservation, research and preservation of the environment and historic sites in the area.

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at The Wells Reserve at Laudholm?

If you want to bring your own food, feel free!

Any top tips when visiting?

Make sure you wear good shoes for the trails!

Teachers corner

Over 3,000 kids and adults join in the educational programs they have created. There are kids camps during summer, preschool programs suitable for those 3 - 5ears old, informal "lunchtime" lessons and evening programs.

For school students they have guided and self-guided programs available. Reservation is required for all group visits.

Any additonal information?

No pets or smoking.