Trip to Cobscook Shores Park- Lubec, ME

View from the trail

Cobscook Shores is a must-see stop in Downeast Maine if you are there between May and October. There are fifteen beautiful parklands twisted along the shores of Cobscook Bay. We had the pleasure of visiting Farm Point nature preserve. This was the perfect short hike for us to stretch our legs, walk the dog, and take in the charming coast of Maine.

The beginning portion featured a trail leading through lush grasses, leading to a picturesque view of the ocean. The top of the hill provided sights of the ocean on both sides. A lovely set of stairs allowed us to walk down to the beach, which was surrounded by stunning rock features.

Harry enjoying the beach

One of the most impressive aspects of this hike was the feeling of seclusion. This is a great option for anybody who is looking for a nature walk that will provide stunning views without taking too long! The parklands are privately owned by Cobscook Shores Inc., a family-funded Maine charitable foundation. Please click here to visit their website.