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Morong Cove

Cobscook Shores in Lubec, Maine 

Free to the Public
Officially Open for the Season!


Cobscook Shores is a series of twenty extraordinary new parklands nestled along the vibrant, eco-rich shores of Cobscook Bay near the historic town of Lubec, Maine. Situated in one of the most beautiful and pristine marine ecosystems on earth, the Parklands offer free public access for walking, picnicking, hiking, biking, camping and paddling in Cobscook Bay. Plan your visit today!

Cobscook Shores Park System offers access to miles of undeveloped beaches, bluffs, coves and islands away from roads and automobiles. The system is unique on the East Coast of the United States for the miles of undeveloped shorefront, incredible natural beauty, and dynamic tidal ecosystems.

The parklands are privately owned by Cobscook Shores Inc., a family funded Maine charitable foundation.

Cobscook Shores Park Amenities

    • 20 Unique Parklands
    • 15+ miles of undeveloped shoreline along Cobscook Bay
    • Miles of hiking, walking, and biking trails
    • Dynamic tidal systems
    • Extraordinary marine and bird life
    • Trailhead Restrooms
    • Cobscook Shores Park System Information
    • Picnic sites at each park
    • 14 handcrafted wooden screened picnic pavilions
    • Backcountry tent sites (5)   
    • Kiosks at each parkland with orientation maps and site specific natural and cultural information
    • Dozens of gravel beaches and overlooks