Quoddy Head Station
Easternmost point in the USA
Where the sun first rises!
West Quoddy Station is an adaptive reuse of Station 1, District 1, located on West Quoddy Head in Downeast Maine in the historic seafaring town of Lubec. It's adjacent to Quoddy State Park with a 5 minute walk to West Quoddy Light. Guests can enjoy the cultural and nautical heritage of Maine's Bold Coast, Passamaquoddy Bay with Campobello, New Brunswick, 10 minutes away just across the International Bridge.
Travelers from all over the world visit Downeast Maine for its natural beauty and relaxed quality of life. You can plan your stay at West Quoddy Station for a comfortable itinerary. Visit lighthouses, sight and photograph seals and eagles, go on a whale watch, hike, birdwatch, picnic or enjoy the vistas from one of our decks. There are opportunities for art, music, photography and yoga. West Quoddy Station offers many ways to create your personal Quoddy Vacation.
The Station House with 5 Bedrooms
1808 West Quoddy Headlight Keeper's Cottage
The Lodge with 4 Apartments
The Camp - 1849 Cape Cod lifesaving building
Yankee Magazine -Editor’s Choice
"Quoddy Head Station - Best Coast Guard Rescue
Credit Bill Clark for rescuing the abandoned and deteriorating Quoddy Head Life-Saving Station, located within walking distance of the historic candy-striped West Quoddy Light.
The bluff top, ocean-view property now accommodates guests in an overnight cabin, four-apartment lodge, and four-bedroom Station House."
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Trip Advisor - Highly Recommended
"We loved the cabin; peaceful, quiet, beautiful building with all you need. The location has a great view and easy access to walk the shoreline and to the Quoddy Head lighthouse and state park, and an easy drive to Lubec and Campobello Island. We'd stay again without hesitation."