Lubec, MaineNearby West Quoddy Head Lighthouse
the Easternmost Town in the U.S.A.
Things to do in the region
West Quoddy Head Lighthouse (the easternmost point in the Continental U.S.), East Quoddy Light on Campobello Island (FDR's summer home); hiking trails, whale watching, 26-foot tides, fishing, seal watching, puffins, whitewater rafting, kayaking, ferry rides to Deer Island, Eastport, Canada, Grand Manan Island.
The summer months host hoards of artists and musicians enriching the community and providing free entertainment. Just a 2-1/2 hour drive to Bangor, one hour to St. Johns and St. Andrews, New Brunswick, two hours to Bar Harbor, and two minutes to Campobello Island. Or stay right in Lubec and enjoy a lovely old Victorian town, high on a hill, jutting into the Bay of Fundy, and especially, enjoy the local 'Maineiacs' and their own special version of hospitality.
Luscious chocolates handmade in a seaside village chocolate shop. Located just before the turnoff to West Quoddy Head Lighthouse.
Art gallery and gift shop offering art and fine crafts which reflect the natural environment of Lubec, the Down East Maine coast, and Cobscook Bay areas.
Unique, made-in-Maine gourmet foods, handcrafted items, books, and clothing.
Interpretive history, farm, art, and nature tours in Lubec, Campobello Island, and New Brunswick. Tours are led by local residents and available May through October.
Directory of lodging, dining, shopping, art and culture, and events in Lubec, Maine and the surrounding region.