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Maine Lighthouse Road Trip: Lubec | West Quoddy Light

I recently went on a solo road trip up and down the coast of Maine. If you'd like to take a peek at some other posts from this adventure, you can follow these links to see some more beautiful scenery and lighthouses:



In past visits to Maine, Bar Harbor is the furthest North we've ever stopped to explore, so I was pretty excited to drive all the way up to Lubec, which is the Eastern-most point in the continental U.S. My biggest motivation for making the trek up here was West Quoddy Lighthouse. I've seen pictures online of this little lighthouse for years, and have wanted to see it in person ever since, so once I read more about Lubec, I was even more convinced I had to drive up here. It's just over two hours from Bar Harbor, and honestly, even though I only spent a night here, it was a trip highlight for sure. I'm so looking forward to telling you all about it.


Maine Lighthouse Road Trip: Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park | Bass Harbor Light

I recently went on a road trip up and down the coast of Maine. If you'd like to take a peek at some other posts from this trip, you can follow these links to see some more beautiful scenery and lighthouses:



After two days in beautiful Boothbay Harbor, I was off to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. This was my third time in Acadia, and honestly, it never loses any of its appeal. If anything, it makes me appreciate it even more. Whenever we're here, we only ever stop for a day or two, and this trip, I was only here for two days. It's never enough time, and one day, Josh and I want to camp in the park for a whole week and really see as much of the it as we can. The coastline is seriously breathtaking, and even the town it calls home, Bar Harbor, is such a fun place to visit. I love this part of the state more with every visit, and had a wonderful two days here.