The Wolfe’s Neck section of this website and accompanying map are under construction. A trail map is not yet available.
Parking lot and trailhead are on the right 0.2 mile from the start of Wolfe’s Neck Road. The trail is an out and back, 0.8 mile each way. The route has a fair amount of terrain, coming out at the marsh halfway and at the farthest point of the trail. Highlights of the trail are the marsh views and hemlock forest.
Trailhead is on the right side of Wolfe’s Neck Road about 2.5 miles from the beginning of the road, about 0.6 mile past the entrance to the state park. Parking is on the road. This very short trail quickly divides and makes a loop down to the Harraseeket shore, about 0.2 mile round trip. There are nice water views especially in afternoon light.
Trailhead is on Flying Point Road 0.7 miles east of the intersection with Wolfe’s Neck Road. Parking lot and trailhead sign are on right ride of road when heading east. The trail goes next to a driveway and then in the woods. After the trail crosses a small bridge the trail divides and makes a short loop. Along one side of the trail are the upper reaches of the Little River’s tidal waters. A round trip walk on the trail is about 0.7 mile.