Places To Go - Lighthouses

Along this long stretch of coast, there's no end to the must-stop places.
Pick what you'd like to explore and get going:

Cape Enrage

Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre Inc. The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3 m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day.

Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of the natural phenomenon from its towering cliffs and has been a light station and fog alarm since 1838; the current light tower is over 140 years old. We are proudly part of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve and the Fundy Coastal Drive Experience. 

Campobello Island Fog Festival

A free, five-day music and art festival on U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt's 'beloved isle'. Fog Fest is a fast-growing annual festival held on beautiful Campobello Island in the Bay of Fundy. Venues across the island include historic cottages and churches, beaches and parks. Music runs the gamut from jazz and blues to classical and gospel. Exhibits by visual artists from both sides of the border are held in historic venues, including a 19th-century church hall and an old marine store built on poles over the water.

Campobello Island

Discover the magic of Campobello Island, famous for being the beloved isle of late U. S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The 34-room Roosevelt Cottage Museum is a focal point of Roosevelt Campobello International Park. 

Anchorage Provincial Park

Grand Manan, a prosperous and charming island in the Bay of Fundy, has been waiting for you.

West Quoddy Head Light

Explore the Lighthouse and discover its history in the Visitor Center Museum located inside the 1858 Light Keepers' house adjacent to the lighthouse.  Picnic at cliff-top tables in the adjacent Quoddy Head State Park to spot lobster boats and trawlers plying the waters, ocean going cargo vessels perhaps heading for the deep-water port at Eastport, frolicking seals, soaring bald eagles and if its your lucky day,  surfacing humpbacks, finbacks and minke whales on the rugged and beautiful Bold Coasf.

Acadia National Park

Acadia consistently ranks among the most-visited national parks in the U.S. and offers ocean trails, more than 20 small mountains, sand beaches, lakes and abundant wildlife. It is the only national park in Maine and New England, and is comprised of more than 35,000 acres of pristine land on Mount Desert Island, Isle au Haut and the Schoodic Peninsula. The park includes 45 miles of historic carriage roads perfect for bicycling and offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape and ocean vistas. There are several options for bike rentals nearby.

West Quoddy Head Lighthouse and Quoddy Head State Park

The bold candy cane stripes of the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, the eastern most lighthouse in the United States, are a familiar sight to many lighthouse enthusiasts. You'll find the lighthouse at the Quoddy Head State Park which features 4.5 miles of hiking trails, two bogs and a diverse habitat for rare plants. Visitors enjoy touring the lighthouse museum and exploring the park's nature trails.
Price Point: (Day use fee) $1 - $3

Schoodic Scenic Byway

This nearly 30-mile scenic byway passes through the only mainland section of Acadia National Park and beautiful Schoodic Point, winding its way past lighthouses, blueberry barrens, working harbors and coastal villages. Be sure to stop and discover what the many seaside towns offer — from delicious, fresh lobster dinners to locally-made arts and crafts.

Price Point: Free

Seascape Kayaking Tours Deer Island

Immerse yourself in one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world by paddling the Bay of Fundy off the coast of Deer Island. Paddling out from a protected harbour, you're sure to see bald eagles, harbour seals, and harbour porpoise.
Price Point: Starting from $65