provides access for more than 10 mussel and mahogany clam boats that require a sturdy pier and deep water to berth at low tide.
Morong Cove offers hikers, snowshoe enthusiasts, and birdwatchers 3.3 miles of moderate trails with scenic views of Cobscook Bay and access to the shoreline.
Features a 0.4-mile long trail that winds through a coastal marsh to an expansive sandy beach with stunning views of Campobello Island, Grand Manan, and West Quoddy Head.
From the top of Pigeon Hill there are stunning scenes of islands, bays, and peninsulas.
Features a 1.5-mile network of trails with views of Cobscook Bay and ample opportunities for observing bald eagles, migratory songbirds, and other resident wildlife.
The Pleasant Bay area provides extraordinary public recreational opportunities, including kayaking, canoeing, birdwatching, hiking, hunting, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Quoddy Bay Lobster provides access for up to 10 lobster boats.
Features a 3.2-mile network of gentle hiking trails that lead to cobble beaches and scenic bluffs.
Features hiking trails that provide excellent coastal views, a hand-carry boat launch to secluded cove, access tp productive clam flats, and scenic shoreline picnic spots.
Features traditional, backcountry recreational experiences in a near-wilderness environment for fishing, hunting, boating, camping and nature study.
Located on the shores of Cobscook Bay, this 1,520-acre working farm and woodlot features more than five miles of coastline, productive clam flats, and wildlife-rich wetlands
Thirty-eight lobster and scallop boats and nearly 120 skiff fishermen sell their products to the Wharf.