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Things to do, see and eat!

There is plenty to see and do in and around Eastport Maine and Rossport by the Sea. These are moe helpful links but there are a lot more. Take a look!

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Whale Watching-Lobster Cruises

Watch for eagles, seals, porpoise, and whales as we cruise by the Old Sow Whirlpool and East Quoddy Lighthouse. Watch as the Captain and Mate pull lobster traps and share the experience of holding all the creatures that come up from the bottom. Sunset cruises are also available.

(207) 853-2500

More info:

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Campobello Island Tours

Campobello, NB

Island Discovery Tours have been introducing visitors to Campobello island since 2009. What an excursion to go on and just across the border. 

207 263 6076 (Cell)

506 752 1901 (office)

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Shackford Head State Park

Shackford Head State Park encompasses 90 acres on Moose Island overlooking Cobscook Bay. This promontory at the entrance to Cobscook Bay encircles the west side of Broad Cove.

Several miles of trails and a hiking trail  leads through woods to a rocky headland 173 feet above sea level,  Incredible photo opportunities.


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Waco Diner

Maine's oldest diner, est. 1924. Breakfast, lunch, outdoor patio with view.  Daily specials. Family friendly.

Phone: (207) 853-9226

47 Water St.

Easport, Maine

Phone: (207) 853-9226

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Reyes Mustard

Stoneground specialty mustards, gifts and gourmet treats.

Raye's Mustard Store

54 Water St.

Phone: (207) 853-4451

(800) 853-1903


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Find time to visit the Rayes Mustard Mill Museum at 83 Washington St, Eastport, ME 04631

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S. L. Wadsworth & Son

Hardware, gifts, and apparel. S. L. Wadsworth & Son of Eastport, known as both the Nation’s oldest ship chandlery and Maine’s oldest retail business, has just entered its third century of operation. Founded in 1818 by Samuel Wadsworth, the business continues to be operated by the 6th generation of the same family that has called Eastport home since the beginning of the 19th century.

More info:

(207) 853-4343

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Sunrise Canoe & Kayak

River guides since 1996.

Rob and his time have been guiding tours and renting equipment to get out on the water and explore the natures beauty. Go canoeing or kayaking in Maine, it's good for the soul!

For reservations or inquiries
Email Rob or call (207)255-3375
* Will Deliver​

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David Oja's The Bazaar 

The closet shopping to Rossport by the Sea, David Oja's The Bazaar in Quoddy Village carries a selection of food, wine, clothing, personal items and a variety of arts & jewelry. 

1 Connor Street, Eastport

(207) 458-3185

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Quoddy Head State Park

Some of Maine's best wildlife-watching. Visitors  may spot humpback, minke and finback whales offshore, along with rafts of eider, scoter and old squaw ducks. Great for Birding!   Make sure to see this light house while there! 


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Horn Run Brewing

Fresh craft beer and yummy sandwiches and bar food, with breathtaking views from the charming downtown waterfront location. 

75 Water St.

Phone: (207) 853-7199

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Happy Crab

Seafood, chowder, burgers, sandwiches, full bar, awesome

deck..Family Friendly.

Phone: (207) 853-9400

Current hours and more info:

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The Happy Crab

35 Water St.


Phoenix Fine Wines

Phoenix Fine Wines

73 Water St.

A well-stocked wine shop and cozy winebar perched on the edge of Passamaquoddy Bay in the easternmost city of the United States. Retail wine, wine bar, tastings, live music, trivia nights, events in the "living room" with a view.

Phone: (207) 853-7021

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Water Taxi

Operates as a boat for hire (small groups). Offers trips to Treat Island (drop off and pick up) for hiking or camping. Offers transportation to and from Lubec. Offers area cruises and lighthouse tours for small groups.

(207) 904-8029

More info:

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R & M IGA Grocery Store

At IGA, shopping local means having access to local products at the peak of freshness that you feel good about eating and feeding your family. And it means supporting the friends, neighbors and family farmers who work day in and day out to bring you the best your community has to offer.

88 Washington Street
Eastport, Maine 04631

207 853-4050

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Tides Institute & Museum of Art-

Discover the region’s rich artistic heritage at the Tides Institute & Museum of Art. This contemporary museum showcases works by local and regional artists, hosts rotating exhibits, and offers educational programs and workshops. TIMA collection — includes paintings, sculptures, photographs, and more — while learning about the unique artistic traditions and cultural history of Eastport and the surrounding area.

43 Water Street, P.O. Box 161,
Eastport, Maine 04631 USA
207.853.4047 • website

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Look Lobster Company

The first lobster dealer in the United States. In 1910, two sea captain brothers,  now, a fifth-generation business, the Look family carries on this family tradition. The company has spread out along the Maine coast with sites in Addison, Eastport and Portland. 

7 Sea St, Eastport, ME 04631

(207) 853-6640


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Old Sow Grill

Full service restaurant & bar serving New England traditional food, haddock, pasta, burgers, pizza & daily specials. Outdoor seating.  Family Friendly.

Phone: (207) 853-2323

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Old Sow Grill

31 Water St.


Ole Hookers East

A fabulous local hang, bit of a dive bar with fantastic food made with fresh local ingredients

Phone: (859) 312-1541

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Ole Hookers East

106 Water St.

There is so much more to see and explore throughout Eastport, Calais, Lubec, Washington County Maine, and our bold coat. These are just a few to get you started. 

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