Visit Lubec Maine
photo: Pamela Metz

About Trescott

A Lubec, Maine, neighbor

Trescott was first settled in 1785, incorporated in 1827, and unincorporated in 1945. It is a quiet seaside residential community.

Picturesque Bailey's Mistake is on Boot Cove Road, South Trescott. Near Bailey's Mistake is a 110-foot gash in the coastline, into which the tides and surf rush, creating a spectacular thunder hole.

The Annual Down East Spring Birding Festival is organized every Memorial Day Weekend by the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge and the  Cobscook Community Learning Center (CCLC), which has been in Trescott since 2000. A vibrant hub of activity Down East, the CCLC offers workshops, classes, and events year-round; space for community groups to meet; an experiential program for high school students; and a lodge that can accommodate up to fifty people for longer classes or retreats.A favorite is the Monday Night Music Circle, held all year-round, every 2nd, 4th and 5th Monday of each month at 7 PM where local musicians gather to jam!