Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s magnificent summer home
Roosevelt Campobello International Park is a singular example of international cooperation - jointly administered, staffed, and funded by the peoples of Canada and the United States. Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s magnificent summer home is preserved in a combination indoor museum and outdoor nature park on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada.
The park on Campobello Island is just across the international border from Lubec on the easternmost tip of Maine. The Franklin D. Roosevelt summer cottage and the Park’s Visitor Centre opens on the last Saturday of each May and remains open for twenty weeks each summer. The Park grounds and Natural Area are open year round.
Open Saturday following Victoria Day (Sat. prior to U.S. Memorial Day) through Thanksgiving (U.S. Columbus Day), 9-5 EDT, seven days a week. Visitor Center open through the end of Oct. for the convenience of fall travelers. Natural Area open year-round. No admission charge. Day use.