Preserving and Enhancing the Natural Resources and Visitor Experience of Fort Williams Park
Fort Williams Park—90 acres of rugged beauty on Casco Bay—is owned and operated by the Town of Cape Elizabeth. Here you can visit the iconic Portland Head Light and Museum, relish awe-inspiring ocean views, wander diverse natural environments, play on recreational sites, and discover ruins from a long maritime and military history. The Friends of Fort Williams Park, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, preserves and enhances the natural resources and visitor experience of Fort Williams Park by providing planning and stewardship for projects that support the Park’s ecology, accessibility, and open space.
Earth Walkers Pollinator Classes in June & July. Turn your yard into a bird and pollinator paradise with native plants! Join Friends of Fort Williams Park and Amy Witt, Founder and Director of Earth Walkers, for a stroll through the Children’s Garden and Cliff Walk at Fort Williams Park. Classes will be held June 19th and July 17th. More information & registration can be found here: EVENTS/Earth Walkers Pollinator Classes.
Cape Elizabeth Garden Tour is July 15 from 9am – 2pm! (PLEASE NOTE THE END TIME OF THE TOUR HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 2PM). Registration begins at 9am at the Children’s Garden at Fort Williams. At registration, you will be given a program with information about the garden locations. The tour is from 9am – 2pm, rain or shine. Limited tickets will be available at registration ($30).
We couldn’t talk Garden Tour without a shout out to our Event Sponsors: Gnome Landscapes, Maine Home+Design, Magnolia Landscapes, Town & Shore Real Estate, and Woodin & Company Store Fixtures. Their generous support helps to make this event a success. THANK YOU!