Maine Lighthouses

Amy Call

Owls Head Lighthouse, Portland Head Light, Bug Light, Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

  • Owls Head Lighthouse in Maine, United States

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      Follow the path from the parking lot to Owl's Head Lighthouse which looks out over Rockland Harbor. Look across the harbor and you can see the imposing Rockland Breakwater. Watch the windjammers cruise the harbor.

  • Portland Head Light in Maine, United States

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      Perhaps the most famous lighthouse on the East Coast! Portland Head Light is the oldest lighthouse in Maine commissioned by George Washington himself. Explore Fort Williams park, walk the paths through the park, and climb the rocks for a unique view of the tower.

  • Bug Light in Maine, United States

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      Technically called Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, this tiny tower is affectionately known as Bug light. What this lighthouse lacks in height it makes up for in fancy architecture.

  • Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse in Maine, United States

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      Walk the breakwater out to one of the few spark plug style lighthouses in Maine. Time your visit right and you can climb up to the lighthouse and explore the living quarters inside. You might even get to ring the gong!

  • West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Maine, United States

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      Visit the easternmost point in the United States! A gorgeous red and white striped tower sat atop the rocky coast. Glimpse Sail Rock off the shore and take the path down to the ocean to find the smoothest stones you’ve ever felt.

  • Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in Maine, United States

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      Worth the drive down the Pemaquid Peninsula. Pemaquid Lighthouse guards a coastal rocky point. Spend the afternoon climbing the rocks, watching the waves, and taking in the sea air.

  • Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse in Maine, United States

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      Have you ever wanted to walk a mile into the ocean? Now’s your chance! You’ll have to earn your visit by traversing a 7/8 mile breakwater. Climb the tower and check out the Fresnel lens. If you’re lucky you might catch a passing windjammer. Beware the tides of Maine! At high tide the ocean engulfs the end of the breakwater.

Maine Lighthouses

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  • Owls Head Lighthouse
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    • amyann Follow the path from the parking lot to Owl's Head Lighthouse which looks out over Rockland Harbor. Look across the harbor and you can see the imposing Rockland Breakwater. Watch the windjammers cruise the harbor.

         
  • Portland Head Light
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    • amyann Perhaps the most famous lighthouse on the East Coast! Portland Head Light is the oldest lighthouse in Maine commissioned by George Washington himself. Explore Fort Williams park, walk the paths through the park, and climb the rocks for a unique view of the tower.

         
  • Bug Light
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    • amyann Technically called Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, this tiny tower is affectionately known as Bug light. What this lighthouse lacks in height it makes up for in fancy architecture.

         
  • Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse
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    • amyann Walk the breakwater out to one of the few spark plug style lighthouses in Maine. Time your visit right and you can climb up to the lighthouse and explore the living quarters inside. You might even get to ring the gong!

         
  • West Quoddy Head Lighthouse
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    • amyann Visit the easternmost point in the United States! A gorgeous red and white striped tower sat atop the rocky coast. Glimpse Sail Rock off the shore and take the path down to the ocean to find the smoothest stones you’ve ever felt.

         
  • Pemaquid Point Lighthouse
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    • amyann Worth the drive down the Pemaquid Peninsula. Pemaquid Lighthouse guards a coastal rocky point. Spend the afternoon climbing the rocks, watching the waves, and taking in the sea air.

         
  • Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse
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    • amyann Have you ever wanted to walk a mile into the ocean? Now’s your chance! You’ll have to earn your visit by traversing a 7/8 mile breakwater. Climb the tower and check out the Fresnel lens. If you’re lucky you might catch a passing windjammer. Beware the tides of Maine! At high tide the ocean engulfs the end of the breakwater.