We hiked the coast trail and the inner trails. Great views. Trails could be tough for kids and those with physical limitations.
The trails are very easy to walk aside from maybe some muddy areas but the views they afford the person are well worth it! Some of the viewpoints are literally breathtaking...if you look down! Really really beautiful place to visit.
If you only have on chance to go here,check the tides to insure that you can "walk" on the sea floor with the sea weed. We were able to got here two times. Once in the rain and wind at low tide and once near high tide. At low tide, you are able to walk to the lighthouse. We did... More
This state park is one of Maine's treasures that not enough folks visit. Here you can enjoy hiking a coastal trail, an inland trail, and a bog trail. The latter has informational signs that are very well done - with the help of these, now I can identify pitcher plants. The coastal trail has numerous overlooks for enjoying the coastal... More
We stopped here our last trip to Maine to do some hiking, and see the lighthouse, it was absolutely beautiful. The hiking trails were great, with some beautiful look off points. Some how my boyfriend and I seems to have entered the trails backwards because every single other person was coming from the other direction, however we went down some... More
Quoddy Head State Park has some of the most beautiful scenery in the whole State of Maine! My husband and I love hiking and finding beautiful walking trails....this has to be by far our favorite!! The sights and sounds are breathtaking!! And the trails are just challenging enough to be an adventure. There is also a wonderful picnic area with... More
We really enjoy hiking in this park. There are trails at the top of the spectacular cliffs leading down to the water as well as sidetrips into places like a lovely bod with all sorts of interesting plants. The East Quoddy Lighthouse is in the park and is an interesting stop as well.
if you like light houses youve got to hit this most eastern point in maine, a granite marker stone for photos. little museum inside, yes they have an outhouse here.
A good stop if you are in Lubec, and visitors can say that they have been to the easternmost spot in the continental U.S. Bring your jackets if you want to hike -- it feels about 10 degrees cooler there than in the middle of Lubec, which is only a few miles away.
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