Quoddy Head Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Ironically, West Quoddy Head forms the easternmost spot in the United States—its eastern brother is located across the border on Campobello Island. Rising 190 feet above the ocean, this oft fog-shrouded peninsula is a natural treasure along Maine’s Bold Coast. Purchased by the state in 1962, Quoddy Head State Park is comprised of 532 acres of rugged headlands, more than 4.5 miles of hiking trails, and a picturesque lighthouse built in 1858. Open throughout the year, Quoddy Head is a wonderful spot to witness the raw power of the Maine coast, enjoy glimpses of its many wild creatures, and observe diverse vegetation."