Editor's Note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England radio personality and may contain the individual's views, opinions or personal experiences.

Did you know the only food truck park in New England is in Wells, Maine?

It's called Congdon's After Dark and it will be open starting on Thursday.

According to their website, Congdon's After Dark offers a unique and convenient dinner option for their summer residents and locals. They have up to 10 food trucks at a time and start serving at 4 p.m.

They have food trucks featuring seafood, burgers, pizza, crepes, Brazilian, Italian, Jamaican, Mexican, Vietnamese, Cajun, and more.

On their website, you can see which food trucks will be there on which day.

Opening day's line-up is:

  • MacDaddy’s Seafood
  • Cheese Louise
  • What-A-Wrap
  • Hoss & Mary’s
  • Fahrenheit 225
  • Crepe Elizabeth
  • Knew Potato
  • Caboose Congdon’s
  • Street Kitchen
  • Sugar Shack
  • Congdon’s Doughnuts
  • CAD Beer Garden

First responders and medical professionals can feel free to drop by on opening day and receive a free doughnut.

According to the Boston Globe, there is more on the menu than just delicious food this Summer. On Mondays, there will be classic car shows, and on Tuesdays, there will be fundraisers that benefit New England nonprofit organizations.

The article states that Congdon's owner, Gary Leech, is excited for a busy, but safe, summer. The staff is still required to wear face coverings and there is plenty of land for everyone to spread out and feel comfortable.

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