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If you go to Campobello Island

A US passport or passport card is required for the border crossing. The only direct access from the US mainland is by the Franklin D. Roosevelt International Bridge from Lubec, Maine. A two-stage car ferry connects Eastport with Deer Isle, Maine, and Campobello, New Brunswick. New Brunswick Tourism staffs an information center on Campobello, just after the bridge; check here for tide information. Campobello Island is on Atlantic Daylight Time (ADT), which is one hour ahead of Eastern Daylight Time.

The grounds and natural areas of Roosevelt Campobello International Park (877-851-6663, www.fdr.net) are open daily, year round, from one-half hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. The visitors center and Roosevelt Cottage are open 10 a.m.-

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6 p.m. ADT from late May through mid-October. Admission is free. Tea With Eleanor is offered at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. ADT daily on a first come, first served basis, but tickets can be picked up at the visitors center on the day of the tea; there is no fee. This season, a marine biology exhibit drawing from the New England Aquarium and Canadian Whale Institute will be on view in the fishing shed at Mulholland Light, which is also owned by the park.

Head Harbor Lighthouse (sometimes called East Quoddy Head) is accessible two hours before and two hours after dead low tide. Requested donation to hike to the lighthouse is $5 per person. Lighthouse and tower tours are available for $10 per person or $25 per family. Donations support restoration efforts.

Where to stay

The Owen House

506-752-2977

www.owenhouse.ca

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An oceanfront, early-19th-century inn decorated with antiques and family treasures on 10 acres, $110-$210 with breakfast.

Pollock Cove Cottages

506-752-2300

www.campobello.com/pollock/pollock.html

One- and two-bedroom cottages on a grassy bluff with sea views, $75-

$175.

Campsites

506-752-7010

www.campobello.com/herring.html

Tucked in the woods near the beach at Herring Cove Provincial Park,

$25-$40.

Where to eat

Family Fisheries

1977 Route 774, Wilson’s Beach

506-752-2470

Generous portions, decadent desserts, and friendly service, $6-$25; bring your own wine.

Herring Cove Restaurant

136 Herring Cove Road, Welshpool

506-752-1092

In the golf course clubhouse in the park, has a full bar and ocean views.

What to do

Island Adventures

Friar’s Bay Beach

877-346-2225

Bicycles ($15 per hour, $22 half day, $32 full day); kayaks ($25-$50 single, $30-$60 tandem, $35-$75 clear bottom). Shuttles available. Reservations recommended.

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