Down East Maine Region
Weatherby’s is tucked away, deep in the St. Croix Valley of Downeast Maine, surrounded by lakes with names like Wabassus, Pocumcus and Sysladobsis. Our Main Lodge overlooks Grand Lake Stream, arguably one of the best salmon rivers in the country.
In addition to our traditional recreational opportunities, the region surrounding Weatherby’s also provides for numerous other opportunities as we sit just a short distance from some of the most magnificent coastline and fishing communities Maine and the Province of New Brunswick have to offer. You can spend a day exploring Eastport, historic Machias, St. Andrews by the Bay or St. Stephen, Canada’s Chocolate Town.
Other attractions include ferry rides to Deer Isle and Campobello Island to visit Roosevelt’s summer cottage; a picnic at Quoddy Head — the easternmost point in the US; biking and hiking in Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge; or whale watching and sailing in the Bay of Fundy, which boasts the highest tides in the world and massive whirlpools.
For golf enthusiasts, the region is home to two beautiful coastal courses: the St. Croix Country Club in Calais, Maine and the Algonquin in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
St. Andrews by the Bay
St. Stephen, Canada’s Chocolate Town
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge
Algonquin, St. Andrews, NB
St. Croix Country Club, Calais, ME 207-454-8875
Grand Lake Stream Folk Art Festival
American Folk Festival in Bangor
Blueberry Festival in Machias
Downeast Birding Festival