On the Greatness of Great Wass Island

Past the bobbing fishing boats of Jonesport and endless stacked lobster traps of Beals, Great Wass Island stands proudly in the Eastern Bay, accessed by the winding Black Duck Cove Road. Several miles down the road lies a small gravel parking lot for the Great Wass Island Preserve, a marker signifying the start of one of Downeast Maine’s beautiful wooded hikes. 

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