Welcome! We invite you to spend your next vacation right here in Lubec, the easternmost town in the U.S.A., in Washington County, Maine. Join us in being the first to see the sunrise!
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! Lubec is where being yourself and enjoying life is second nature.
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
Photo by Ann LaHue
* West Quoddy Lighthouse Moonrise in Downeast Magazine!
* Travelin' Maine(rs) George Smith writes another wonderful article about the Best Places to Live in Maine, including Lubec!
* Enjoy Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors' recent article: "Campobello Island: Touring Down East, across the border".
*Maine Geological Survey, Jan 2015: Encroachment of Rising Sea Level upon Raised Freshwater Wetlands, Lubec and Jonesport
May 30 & 31: Find treasures and things you cannot expect at bargain prices. Also, field grown plants: rhubarb, perennial onions, catnip. Fresh cut rhubarb. Baked goods. Books.
Jun 1: The sea surrounds Campobello Island and the lives of the people who have lived, worked, and played on Passamaquoddy Bay since time began. The Roosevelt Campobello International Park and the Downeast Fisheries Trail invite you to "Celebrate the Sea" at a dedication of eight new interpretive panels.
Jun 6: In this workshop we'll consider some examples of the lyric essay, studying how the structure of language itself influences the writer's thought process and learning to follow our own lyric impulses in prose.
Jun 6: The finale of the Crossing Over: Works by Contemporary American Indian Writers book discussion series will led by Dr. Kay Kimball of the University of Maine at Machias.
Jun 6: Brighten up your spring by getting out to listen to live music, socialize, and DANCE!
Thank you so much for including my photographs. We travel to Lubec most summers and stay as long as we can. We enjoy everything about Lubec, the people, library, shops, weather, sea glass and the ocean view doesn't hurt. Maine beats the Oklahoma summer hands down!"
Ann L.H., OK
"You provide a valuable resource to us all here in Washington County." -- Patricia C., Eastport, ME
"Just dropping you a note to say I am most grateful for your Web site. I've been researching vacation destinations in the Quoddy Bay area for several days, and yours is the only Web site that provides complete factual information (e.g., average temperatures by month) and organizes information rationally. The town's tourist map is very well done. I learned more about the entire region from your Web site than I did from most other Web sites combined." Mark A., Danbury, CT
"The site looks so good,...plenty there for the tourists and visitors and locals to explore and try." Marty S., Lubec ME
"I am thrilled my photos were included in the slide show. Our trip to Lubec will never be forgotten and we are still holding onto the glow from that visit. We hope to return in the not too distant future. Lubec is truly a very special place."
Bunny R., MA