Lubec

The charming coastal town of Lubec is famous for its iconic red and white striped lighthouse set on the U.S. easternmost point of land. Quoddy Head State Park, along with the nearby Hamilton Cove Preserve and Boot Head Preserve, offers visitors opportunities to view the rugged coast that inspires the vibrant arts and culture scene. Lubec's walkable downtown. Lubec's downtown is compact and perfect for a walk, with small businesses, galleries, and cafes. Be sure to ask what is happening locally during your visit as the twon is an active with many arts and cultural events.

An international community, Lubec can be part of the Two Nation Vacation as a gateway to Campobello Island, Canada. Campobello Island is not directly accessed from New Brunswick by ferry, so Canadians must travel through Lubec to Calais access the rest of their country. Lubec is also the proud host of the Bay of Fundy International Marathon, a qualifier for the Boston Marathon. McCurdy Smokehouse Museum You'll want to take the time to take a local bog walk to explore the nature of the area or a history tour, rich with local flavor and culture. Stop into McCurdy Smokehouse Museum, a waterfront museum dedicated to the history of the smoked-herring trade. If the tide is out, walk along the adjacent beach to search for sea glass.

Visitor Resources: VisitLubec | Quoddy Head State Park | Maine Coast Heritage Trust | Campobello Island | Bay of Fundy International Marathon

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