• View of coast from trail

    Roosevelt Campobello

    International Park ME

Plan Your Visit

White and red lighthouse sits on a grassy area above a bay.

Mulholland Point Lighthouse overlooks the town of Lubec, Maine.

You can spend several hours exploring Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Here are some ideas to guide your stay if you have...

One Hour

  • Visit the Edmund S. Muskie Visitor Center, which contains exhibits and a video interpreting the Roosevelt story.
  • Tour FDR's 34-room summer home to see what it looked like when he and his family lived there.
  • Walk through beautiful flower gardens.

Two or More Hours

  • Enjoy a picnic lunch at Mulholland Point Lighthouse or one of the other scenic picnic areas.
  • Hike the wooded paths and fields of the park's 2,800-acre (1,134-hectare) natural area.

Did You Know?

View of beach at low tide.

Summers on Campobello Island were active times for the Roosevelt family. FDR taught his children sailing and organized hiking expeditions. Together, they swam, played tennis, and bicycled on the island.