This Secluded Lighthouse And State Park In Maine Is So Worthy Of An Adventure

One of our favorite things about Maine is just how big it is! You can have a completely different adventure in many parts of the state and each trip might feel like a whole new place. From the mountains to the coast, we love exploring as much as we can. Lately, we’ve been trying to make an effort to get a bit off-the-beaten-path and this state park with a pretty lighthouse in Maine is worth the trip!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Quoddy Head State Park is open during the on-season from May 15th through October 15th. During this time, visitors are welcome from 9 a.m. to sunset every day unless otherwise posted. During the off-season, visitors can explore during the daylight hours, but be mindful that there are likely to be no services open. During the off-season, the weather can be cold and icy, so always be careful before heading out and tell people where you’re going and when you plan to be back. You can learn more about the park by reading the official brochure here or checking out alltrails.com.

One of our favorite things about this part of the state is the abundance of sunrises, and you can learn more about how to enjoy the sunrise views from the easternmost point of the U.S. here. They are truly unforgettable!

Address: Quoddy Head State Park, South Lubec Road, Lubec, ME, USA