Campobello Island is nestled in a scenic pocket of southeastern New Brunswick and is accessible on the U.S. side from the charming village of Lubec, Maine. The island’s Roosevelt Campobello International Park is jointly administered by both American and Canadian authorities, making it unusual for that reason among parks on either side of the shared border. It’s quite a trek to get there but its tranquil scenery is well worth the effort. These are from a recent brief visit.
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Diane, thanks. I hope your readers enjoy this.
Beautiful late fall light.
Yes — a nice time for photography and thoughtful reflection!
Those are fabulous photos! We’ve never been to Canada but every time we see photos – just makes us more and more keen!
Thanks! Yes — there are many beautiful places there.
Colorful cottage looks like a very creative way of recycling/re-using buoys. Do you suppose they were all found in nearby waters? An epic scavenger hunt in the ocean. 🙂
Very creative and colorful!
We were so close not long ago but sadly didn’t have the time to go there. It looks so beautiful and traquil!
If you were nearby, though, you probably saw some wonderful scenery!
Lovely. By the way, the berries are rose hips.
Thanks for the comments and for confirming the plant! (I wasn’t sure.) Just updated the name.
Thanks so much!
Have been to Campobello often. Fine place.
You’ve traveled quite a bit then!
Floating cottage, wow. That would be something for summer rentals.
Tricky going back and forth to shore.
don’t they have a speed boat to take us in and out?
That’s the ticket!