Freeport Travel Guide

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    Even has a camel!
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Freeport Things to Do

  • Desert of Maine

    So in the mood for an off the path adventure? I would suggest to see the desert of maine. It was formed when a glacier receded (a long time ago). The sand is actually glacier silt, slighlty finer then your normal beach sand. The " Desert" it set in the middle of a wooded forest, and the admission included a ride in a trolly pulled by a Jeep through...

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  • Hiking along the Harraseeket and Casco...

    Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park--Peace and quiet, get away from the shopping and the crowds. 5 miles of hiking trails through the woods (a variety of ecological niches) and along the shores. Nesting Ospreys in summer.

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  • DRIVE DOWN TO HARRASEEKETS

    EVEN IF YOU DON'T WANT ANYTHING TO EAT, THE SCENERY IS SPECTACULAR. Check it out.click the photo to see more...

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Freeport Hotels

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  • Harraseeket Inn

    162 Main St., Freeport, Maine, 04032, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Hilton Garden Inn Freeport Downtown

    5 Park Street, Freeport, Maine, 04032, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Casco Bay Inn

    107 US Route 1 South, Freeport, Maine, 04032, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Freeport Restaurants

  • Historic Dining

    This place has been here since 1779, so I think it will still be here next week. The state of Maine was created on the second floor, when officials signed the papers making Maine independent of Massachusetts. Besides that, the food is good! What more could you ask?(We were there late at night, so I have no actual photos. What I do have are...

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  • Lobster Bisque & More

    Well, its a fun place to eat and its in a great location. and its relatively new (in 2011) Lobster Bisque with claw meat

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  • Friendly and casual dining in Freeport

    Excellent fresh food in a relaxed, always friendly atmosphere. Fascinating unusual art work on display (and for sale). Wide selection, from seafood to pizza to salads and sandwiches. Good choices of microbrew and imported beer, plus wine. Bright and clean, with seating upstairs. Just down the hill from the L.L. Bean main store. We've been going...

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  • NICE PLACE FOR LUNCH

    JUST A NICE CASUAL RESTAURANT where we had lunch.CLICK THE ROOT BEER FLOAT TO SEE THE OUTSIDE OF THE RESTAURANT. the root beer float I ordered!

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  • Lobster & Steamed Clams

    very casual, eat on picnic tables inside or out, while you watch the lobster boats move in & out of the harbor. This is a family run business since 1971. Actually it is located in "South Freeport". Click the photo to see more pics....... Lobster & Steamed Clams. its great!

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  • authentic Middle Eastern cuisine

    Musakka (Potato, eggplant, onion, and cubed lamb baked in the oven in the chef’s special béchamel sauce) $7Mixed Grill (Combination of mixed kebabs, lamb chops, and kofte, served over rice pilaf) $25Homemade Gyro (Lamb and beef marinated with special spices put on a vertical spit slowly cooked on a rotating flame, thinly sliced) $16

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Freeport Shopping

  • 2 Moose Stores:

    BOTH STORES OFFER CLEVER MOOSE-ORIENTED MERCHANDISE. They are unique stores to say the least. I believe there is also a Mangy Moose store in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. t-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, etc. average pricing

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  • THE CATALOG COMES TO LIFE!

    THIS IS A MASSIVE SPORTING GOODS COMPLEX focusing on outdoor sports such as hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, backpacking and such. There is also a nice section of books about Maine, and a huge clothing selection as well. books, maple syrup, Stonewall Kitchen jams & jellies, clothes, canoes, boots, etc etc etc somewhat pricey

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  • See it before you order online at Beans

    L. L. Bean is a famous catalog store that is noted for the quality of its products and a great warranty. This is the headquaters of the catalog and online store. If you buy something and you have any problem with it, they will replace it. I had a travel bag fail after 6 months of being banged around in the belly of many airplanes. I brought it back...

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Freeport Off The Beaten Path

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    by Easty Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    DeLorme Mapping: I have a Master's Degree in Geography. For me, this place was very fascinating. There is also a map store here. You can buy a detailed map for any area of the country here. For any map fan, this is a must stop. It is located 2 miles south of Freeport on US Route 1.

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