Wells State Park is a popular 1,400-acre woodland park. The two principal activities are camping and hiking. The campground has 60 attractive sites. Walker Pond provides a peaceful setting for fishing, canoeing, and swimming. The swimming beach is for campers' use only. During the summer, Wells has an interpretive program available which provides guided walks, hikes, recreational activities and evening campfire programs. Contact the park for a weekly schedule of events.
More than 10 miles of trails cross the property, which are for hiking only; off-road vehicles may not be used. A popular route leads to the scenic vista at Carpenter Rocks from which the eastern section and Walker Pond can be viewed. Wells is only five miles by car from Old Sturbridge Village, a nationally-renowned living history museum of New England village life in and around 1800.
The campground office hours are 8am?10pm. The regular camping season is from early May through mid-October.
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Wells State Park is located near Auburn, Charlton and Dudley
Located on over 100 wooded lakefront acres, overlooking Ashland State Park. Right out our front door you get to truly enjoy the great outdoors. Easy access to trails for hiking, and an area for swimming. Come and enjoy all that Ashland State Park has to offer, and stay at the Warren Center right next door.
Wells State Park is located in south central Massachusetts.
From the east or west: Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike (Rte. I-90) to exit 9 (Sturbridge). Follow Rte 20 East to the intersection with Rte. 49. Turn left onto Rte. 49 North. The Park entrance is the third left off Rte. 49.
From Connecticut: Take Rte. 84 North to Exit 3A and the intersection with Rte. 20 East. Follow Rte. 20 East to the intersection with Rte. 49. Turn left onto Rte. 49 North. The Park entrance is the third left off Rte. 49.