Gulliver’s Hole – Quoddy Head State Park


Gulliver’s Hole is one of the crown jewels of Quoddy Head State Park. It is a beautiful inlet that features high ledges, a rocky beach, and stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean. The inlet is an amazing location to experience the thunder of the sea against the rocky shore. Photographers have become in love with this location over the past couple of years. Gulliver’s Hole can be accessed via the Quoddy Head Coastal Trail. The hike to the inlet takes about 10 minutes and it is about .35 miles one-way. The full trail is 3.5 miles out and back.

Quoddy Head State Park is a stunning park located in Lubec, Maine which is the Easternmost town of the United States. The state park comprises 541 acres at the tip of the Eastern United States and it features amazing hiking trails, a lighthouse, beaches, and more. 

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  • Address: 973 S Lubec Rd
  • Town: Lubec
  • State: Maine
  • GPS: Lat 44.81074 Lng -66.95635
  • Parking notes: There are two main parking lots at Quoddy Head State Park. Gulliver’s Hole is closest to the picnic area parking lot on the right side of S Lubec Road.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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