Quoddy Head State Park

Quoddy Head State Park

One of Maine’s most photographed sites is a candy-striped lighthouse called West Quoddy Head, looking out from the easternmost point in the continental United States. The tower itself is closed, but park visitors can hike through a wildlife-rich coastal bog and watch for whales offshore when they’re done Instagramming the lighthouse.

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