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Things to Do in Lubec

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  • Hank H
    Virginia542 contributions
    Came here with my wife and friends for a picnic and a hike in the Park. Although the lighthouse was closed for the season by mid-October, it’s still a perfect place for soaking in views of iconic Maine coastline.
    Written 22 October 2023
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  • Hank H
    Virginia542 contributions
    Came here with my wife and another couple for a mid-October afternoon of hiking. Be sure to pay your modest entry fee and secure your map across from the trailhead.

    Though not difficult, the Coastal Trail was soggy in many places, necessitating proper footwear. Postcard views of iconic Maine coastline are plentiful. A side-hike to the inland bog, well-explained by placards, is optional but highly recommended.

    TIP: Green Point is a great picnic spot. Also, the few other hikers we passed strongly recommended we NOT return via the Thompson Trail due to its extremely soggy condition, so we crossed the Minzy Field and returned to Quoddy Light Head via the South Lubec road.
    Written 22 October 2023
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  • meg1027
    Long Beach, CA29 contributions
    What a wonderful store. There is so much to see we could have spent hours browsing. Highly recommend stopping in and checking it out.
    Written 27 October 2023
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  • Craig W
    Millerstown, PA240 contributions
    In Lubec, take a few moments to stop by this memorial. Small, but well maintained. Honors and puts in perspective how peaceful but dangerous way of life in the area.
    Written 8 August 2023
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  • cat momma
    Titusville, FL555 contributions
    Took the side trail, from the lighthouse set of trails, to the Bog boardwalk. It's a small circle walk, with lots of signs that explain the history and interesting plants of the historical Bog.
    Written 10 July 2019
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  • NHjo
    Saco, ME8,552 contributions
    I loved the building's historic architecture, character, and overall 'curb appeal'. Unfortunately, the tour wasn't available when I was there. Next time!
    Written 29 August 2022
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  • Jeff S
    Middletown, OH298 contributions
    Was there at low tide and walked around where the ocean had been earlier. Seen what would be under water caves when the tide is high.
    Written 12 October 2021
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  • Hank H
    Virginia542 contributions
    Came here with my wife and another couple on a crisp fall day and thoroughly enjoyed this off-the-radar little hike. On offer is a perfect mix of views: mossy-green goodness like Fanghorn Forest, and iconic Maine coastline. Other hikers are few and far between.

    Hiking paths are soggy in many places, necessitating proper footwear and walking sticks.
    Written 22 October 2023
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  • Steve S
    Nokomis, FL114 contributions
    We visited here on our New England trip summer of 2023. Lubec was the Sardine Capital with 28 factories, several right on this property and a lot of what is shown is of that era. The lady that was the hostess was wonderful. So knowledgeable of all the history and all the exhibits. This was very helpful because we had no idea what we were viewing, and she was able to make it all come alive for us. They even had the original “company store” in the same condition as original. The building used to be at a different, though close, location and it was moved to its present location some years later. They had a terrific display showing all that move and how it was constructed. One display showed a scam/hoax from the 1800s that showed how one man was getting gold from sea water. Without her explanation, it would not have been as clear. All in all, a great visit.
    Written 12 October 2023
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  • RobertMass013
    Ashfield, MA68 contributions
    A brief but somewhat rugged trail takes you to a couple of balds with 360 degree views of the heavily forested surroundings and lots of arms of the sea and tidal flats.
    Written 30 August 2021
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  • NHjo
    Saco, ME8,552 contributions
    This is outstanding. Fifteen different waterfront parklands along the Cobscook Bay, free of charge. I only went to one of them briefly due to lack of time, the Old Farm Point Shorefront Park, and it was truly beautiful.
    Written 29 August 2022
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  • ionesagem
    Three Springs, PA176 contributions
    This experience was a bonus. I came for the Little Mermaid statue and wow! I added a picture of the plaque that was with the statue.
    Written 25 September 2022
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  • JNYCwriter
    New York City, NY6,856 contributions
    If you are looking for a Florida fine sand beach you will need to go there. Mowry Beach offers the Maine Coast and the pebble filled beaches. Most amazing are the tides which are some of the strongest in the world. When low, the beach looks like a mud flat. You will see the local clammers in force during the low tide. The scene is quite unique.
    Written 14 July 2020
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  • Geoffrey S
    8 contributions
    We stayed at a house just up the road, and we are so happy we visited! Incredible mosaics, cool studio, great dog. The bird/butterfly/bat houses are just a few of the highlights. Thank you!
    Written 30 September 2022
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