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Roosevelt Campobello International Park in Welshpool, Canada

Just across the way from Lubec, Maine—the easternmost town on the continental U.S.—is Campobello Island. Though the island itself is part of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, a portion of it is parkland jointly managed by the U.S. and Canada, in honor of the many summers that Franklin Delano Roosevelt spent splashing and strolling there.  The Roosevelts spent many summers in a breezy 34-room cottage, which is open to visitors from Victoria Day through Canadian Thanksgiving.
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