We took the trail from the lighthouse (which is under renovation) and open for visitors one day in July and one in September. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. The bog sports all of the low level vegetation that can survive on water from the fog. The trail takes you through the pines and along the shore and to the rocky beach. We choose to sit and enjoy the view from the various benches instead of rushing through. Do bring water, bug spray and sun screen as this two mile trek takes longer than you may plan. Hint: check at the ranger station for the exact date in September when they take you to the top of the light. We hit by accident on July 26th.
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