to our little corner of paradise. Enjoy a great
Maine vacation in the small, seaside town atmosphere
of Lubec -- the easternmost community in the US
-- where the sun rises first! Come and discover
our rock-bound coastline, bays and shorelines. Bring
your family and allow yourself to escape the distractions
from modern day life (no traffic jams or red lights),
inspire your inner child, enjoy Maine, --the way
life should be.
Lubec, The Narrows & Mulholland
you are looking for a quick weekend getaway, a seaside
vacation, a summer home or a new way of life...
Lubec has plenty to offer.
Smokehouse / Lubec Landmarks, Mowry Beach boardwalk
& Lubec Channel Lighthouse
fishermen & Quoddy Head State Park ~ West Quoddy
Head Lighthouse Open Days
to give you a big appetite, stroll along Lubec's
beaches, hunt for sea glass, hike along bold coast
trails, photograph lighthouses and fishering boats
at sea. When your day of exploring leads your thoughts
toward a good place to eat, remember our restaurants
offer a wide array of eating experiences. Taste
our downeast fresh seafood and enjoy service with
a smile. Choose from casual and family friendly
spots to fine dining adventures.
lodgings offer accomodations for any budget -- B&Bs,
inns, campgrounds, motels and weekly cottage rentals
are available -- many with water front and water
yourself to shopping in Lubec's art and gift shops.
Stock up on gifts for the whole family or spend
some quality time at any of the unique, local stores
and find something beautiful for yourself.
must stop for everyone is a visit to Quoddy
Head State Park & Visitors Center. The
hiking trails through the 480 acre preserve
along majesic rock cliffs offer a unique destination
-- be the first to view the sun rise at the
easternmost point of land in the US. The West
Quoddy Head is truly a photographer's, painter's,
hiker's and naturalist's paradise.
state park also boasts a rare artic bog accessible
the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse Visitor's Center
for the history of the most recognizable lightouse
surprisingly, Lubec offers more conservation areas
and preserves. Discover the Mowry
Beach Conservation Area -- walk on the beach
or walk the wheel chair accessible trail and boardwalk
owned by the Quoddy Regional Land Trust. Along the
Bold Coast from Lubec to Cutler, the Maine Coast
Heritage Trust offers Boot
Head Preserve, Hamilton
Cove Preserve, and Western
Head Preserve. All three provide excellent
hiking and wildlife watching opportunities, plus
a whale of a time!
(Loo-BEC) is nestled on a peninsula
providing opportunities to get out on the sea and
experience the fresh, salt air. Eagles, porpoise
and more make this area their home. Stroll along
the working waterfront and enjoy the sunrise, sunset
and fishermen's boats as they bring in the Catch
Of The Day. Lighthouse tours by sea, whale and seal
watching are offered by local businesses.
so much to see and do, music lovers will not feel
left out. Experience the joy of discovering Lubec's
Summer Keys' concerts and workshops. Every Wednesday,
join picknickers at the Lubec bandstand for an evening
of good, old time music and barbeque among friends.
no trip to Lubec would be complete without a short
and picturesque trip across the Narrows on the FDR
Memorial Bridge to Campobello Island, NB. Explore
two lighthouses--Head Harbour Lighthouse (also known
as East Quoddy Head) and Mulholland Light. Visit
Campobello FDR International Park.
You can find additional
information about Lubec at
http://lubecme.govoffice2.com and at www.visitlubecmaine.com