Visit Lubec Maine
photo: Scott Olson

Contact Information & Directions

VisitLubecMaine.com

APPLE (The Association to Promote and Protect the Lubec Environment)
PO Box 535
Lubec, ME 04652
1-888-347-9302 - or - 207-733-2997

Email: info@visitlubecmaine.com

Listing and Fee Information for this site.

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Lubec is the easternmost point in the continental United States. If you can visualize the map of Maine as the head of a dog looking out to sea, then you can easily find Lubec, which would represent the dog's nose.

The closest large airports are in Bangor, Maine and St. John, New Brunswick. Both airports are about a three-hour drive from Lubec. Lubec is about a two-hour drive north of Ellsworth, Maine (on the mainland, just outside Bar Harbor) and one-hour drive south from the Calais, Maine/ St. Stephen, New Brunswick border crossing. If you are coming on Route One, turn east at Whiting onto Route 189. It is a little over 11 miles to Lubec and the Campobello bridge.

Coming from Canada, a picturesque trip in the summer is to take the Deer Island ferry (free) from St. George (La Tete), cross Deer Island to the Campobello ferry (fee) and then cross the border at the Campobello / Lubec FDR bridge.

Maps of the Lubec region.

View a GoogleMap for the area at GoogleMaps