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We saw gray seals and a bald eagle. An interpretive center is available in a building the size of a shed. A port-a-potty is nearby. Dogs are allowed. Parking is too tight for RVs. Bring binoculars, a scope, and a zoom lens. There is a...More
You can drive right up to this one. There are displays telling you about the history of the lighthouse and area, and you get nice views of Lubec and an old lobster pound. There were volunteers on hand to provide more information and stories.
What started out as a quick photo stop at this cool lighthouse for photos turned into something special when the man tending the wildlife exhibit took the time to make our visit meaningful! Our kids left in awe at some of the specimens available to...More
The tour guide at the marine museum was happy to see us. We spent about a half hour talking with him and checking out the light house. You can't go inside, but there is a path around the outside of it. Later in the summer,...More
It’s a great lighthouse, but when you have Wilson’s Beach and Lubec both within 10 minutes, it’s not that impressive. By all means, walk down to the Lubec Harbor to get a view, but it’s something you see when you’re on the way to see...More
We visit a lot of lighthouses and on our way back into the United States from Campobello Island we stopped in for a short visit. Not really a lot to see but we did watch the seals swimming in the water between the two countries.