This Trail In Lubec, The Easternmost Town In Maine Offers Enchanting Forest And Water Views

One of our favorite things to share with you is nature. From scenic drives to fall foliage predictions, there’s a lot to love about getting outside in Maine. And luckily, there’s no shortage of options when we’ve got a hankering for fresh air! Depending on where you live (or visit!), there are a variety of different trails to enjoy. And while we do love a good summit, we can’t help but gravitate towards the trails offering those quintessential Maine water views. This one is off-the-beaten-path but totally worth the trip!

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Quoddy Head State Park is open from early April to early November. There are a number of different trails to try here, so be sure to make time for as many as you can! You can learn more about the park on the Maine Trail Finder website. You can learn more about the Coast Guard Trail on

With so much coast it’s not surprising that we have tons of trails along the water. Here are 13 gorgeous waterfront trails in Maine that are perfect no matter the season.

Address: 973 S Lubec Rd, Lubec, ME 04652, USA