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Quoddy Head State Park, Lubec
(4.8/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • The panorama from the Lighthouse is awesome! We went on a sunny day, the wind is always very strong but cold weather is serena repays views. Unfortunately the low season doesn't offer any kind of guides or shop open but the scent of the sea and the sound of buoys make it all wonderful!
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  • not your flat hiking plenty of nice lookout points with access stairs to the beach. A good day out to hike from 1 to 5 miles if you so choose. 
  • We so enjoyed the drive and views from the park. The views, ocean breeze and smell were wonderful and soothed my soul and you must see the sunrise there or at the Lighthouse. 
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  • Quoddy Head is an amazing campground that was the perfect capstone to my summer. Went there for a wedding, and even the apples from the tree were great. I can't recommend it enough for your perfect event.
  • Breath taking. I spent my 32nd bday here and it was one I'll never forget. The view, the people, the fresh air and the natural beauty is worth making a trip to see.
  • Something for everyone here. Eat at the easternmost picnic table in the United States. Hike the cliffs along the Grand Manan Channel. Build a cairn.
  • Great sunrise with a lighthouse too! Beautiful trails overlooking the coast below.
  • Best scenery that I have seen in Maine.