We invite you to spend your next vacation right here in Lubec, the easternmost town in the U.S.A., in Washington County, Maine
Discover the ease with which you can plan and spend your next vacation away from the maddening crowds, where the sun first rises on the United States of America, and a welcome awaits you!
What Lubec offers:
- Year-round attractions
- Rural / coastal setting
- Tranquility and solitude
- Rugged, natural beauty
- Unique, unaffected character, community and culture
- Activities, services and amenities to welcome and satisfy business people, vacationing singles, couples and families.
What Lubec does not offer:
(So get your fill of these en route!)
- Movie theaters
- Shopping malls
- Theme parks
- Fast food restaurants
- Heavy traffic
- Stop lights
Lubec things to note
APPLE's 2014 Photo Contest has started! Enter your photos to have them in next year's VisitLubecMaine.com masthead slideshow. Deborah Duley's 2013 photo contest entry shown.
One of the highpoints of Lubec late summer is to see the team from the New England Aquarium Right Whale Research at work. Check out the video (about 1/3 of the way down the page) of a right whale mom and calf visiting Lubec!
The new Bold Coast Scenic Byway (from Milbridge to Eastport, including Lubec) was featured in four 5 minute videos on Maine's Bold Coast: Chronicle New England Main Streets: WCVB TV Boston
Dec 10, 7 PM: Stop the East-West Corridor coalition and Defending Water for Life in Maine will be hosting the debut screening of the film, The East-West Corridor: Why Not? followed by a community dialogue with the statewide coordinator of Stop the East-West Corridor, Chris Buchanan.
Dec 18, 6:30 PM: Enjoy an hour of storytelling at the Lubec Memorial Library.
Dec 21, 3 PM: Enjoy Christmas Pudding while listening to holiday stories and music!
Dec 29 , 1 PM (ET): Easy walk along the Sunrise Trail in Machias.
Jan 23, 6 PM: Seraphine Louis, a middle-aged housekeeper, has a remarkable talent for painting. A noted art critic discovers her work and promises to look after her and promote her art. Come enjoy a night out at the movies, shown at the Lubec Memorial Library.