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West Quoddy Head Light - Lubec

DownEast and Acadia
Seasonal (May to October)

Spend the morning at West Quoddy Head Light, Maine’s easternmost lighthouse, and Quoddy Head State Park. The park runs along the Quoddy Channel, the waterway between the U.S. and Canada, you can look across and see the Red Cliffs of Grand Manan Island in New Brunswick. There are excellent opportunities for hiking and wildlife watching.

Hit Water Street Tavern on the waterfront in downtown Lubec for local tradition fare. And be sure to check out their daily cakes!

Grab a brew at Lubec Brewing Company.

Check into the Peacock House, an historic ship captains home overlooking the Bay of Fundy.

Local Tips:

Taste locally made chocolates at Monica’s Chocolates. Be sure to ask for a tour of the kitchen!

Cross the Canadian border (a short bridge from Lubec) onto Campobello Island (BE SURE TO BRING YOUR PASSPORT) and visit Roosevelt Campobello Island International Park. Enjoy afternoon Tea With Eleanor or simply take in the beauty of this special place on Passamaquoddy Bay.

Check the concert schedule at Summer Keys, celebrating 20 years of making music in Maine in the former Masonic Lodge.

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