Freeport, Maine is one of New England's favorite shopping locations, you might now it by the great outdoor store L.L.Beanís.
Freeport, Maine area welcomes over 4 million visitors each year. It is a region where you'll find the quaintness of a Maine village extending its hospitality to a dozens of outlets and company stores, as well as specialty stores and the Harraseeket Inn, my favorite place to stay while in Freeport.
Freeport Maine offers even more like spectacular ocean views, beaches, seaside campgrounds, and the renown LL Beanís Discover adventure programs that depending upon the season, include everything from kayaking to fly-fishing, ...
Freeportí history is timber and fishing, and most notably, the Freeport-built clippers, within an hour's radius, you can find just about everything Maine has to offer.
Points of interest include Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Winslow Park with a beach on Casco Bay, and Mast Landing Sanctuary open daily for nature walks and guided tours; and we can't forget Maine's natural phenomenon - the Desert Dunes .In South Freeport Village you will find a working harbour with seafood restaurants and charter boats.
For historical information, contact the Freeport Historical Society located at 45 Main St. (207) 865-3170.
There is every type of overnight accommodations to welcome the weary traveler. Choose from homey country inns, charming bed and breakfast, and cabins in the woods, motels, and scenic campgrounds. I recommend the Harraseeket Inn on Main street just a couple blocks from all the shopping. A charming 80+ room Inn with all the amenities including indoor pool. The Harraseeket Inn has both Fine dining as well as the Broken Arrow Pub. This Inn is definitely wheelchair friendly and wheelchair accessible.
For more information call The Freeport Merchants Association at (800) 865-1994 or (207) 865-1212 or e-mail us at email@example.com www.freeportusa.com
Harraseeket Inn 1-800.342.6423 0r 207.865.9377 http://www.stayfreeport.com/
Jane Danielson is a Freelance Writer for the Disabled and Poet and has been published in extensively in Canada and United States. She became mobility disabled 13 years ago and uses a cane, wheelchair and electric scooter. Jane believes that traveling is a prescription for a healthy optimistic outlook, especially for the disabled but really for everyone. Some of Janeís articles include Camping in a National Park, Whale Watching on Brier Island, Fun in Florida and the Healing Powers of Hawaii. Her travel articles always look at the positive experience of traveling, with a realization of the obstacles that must be overcome to achieve this experience. Web Page : www. Disabled-Traveler.com Email: Jane@Disabled-Traveler.com