Welcome to Freeport
Named "The best shopping town in new England" by Yankee magazine, Freeport uniquely offers a strong commitment to green space and has a myriad of opportunities for recreational and outdoor enjoyment.
Freeport sits on the north shore of beautiful Casco Bay. Well known for its outlet shopping, the town is rich in history and recreational opportunities.
It’s home to the world-famous L.L. Bean Flagship store, Wolfe’s Neck State Park, beaches, and recreational trails. With three marinas, a yacht club, and 2 public boat launches, Freeport makes it easy to cruise around Casco Bay.
Freeport Shopping outlets
Stroll down Freeport’s brick sidewalks through charming historic streetscapes to shop for famous brand outlets and locally owned businesses.
L.L. Bean Flagship store
The first and largest L.L. Bean store has been located on Main Street for over a century. Here you’ll find the flagship store, Discovery Park, seasonal sporting expos, and outdoor adventures.
Wolfe’s Neck State Park
A public recreation area located on Casco Bay on the southeastern side of Freeport. It occupies 244 acres on a narrow peninsula called Wolfe’s Neck, which runs between Casco Bay and the Harraseeket River. Wolfe’s Neck Farm is set on four miles of shoreline with woods and rolling farmlands. Throughout the year, it hosts harvest festivals, farm-to-table dinners, educational programs with the animals, and unparalleled camping.
Oceanside camping, hiking, and family-friendly beach-going. Enjoy a summer concert series with local bands, views of Casco Bay and the harbor, picnic tables, grills, a tidal beach, and a boat launch for trailered boats, canoes, and kayaks.
Harraseeket Yacht Club
A 250-member volunteer organization located on the Harraseeket River near the head of Casco Bay in Maine with an extensive summer program of sailing instruction and an active racing schedule open to members and non-members