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Cape Elizabeth Light

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Cape Elizabeth Light

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225 Two Lights Rd opposite Lobster Shack, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107-9515
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We brought our daughter to Maine for her 15th Birthday and to escape to the uncertainty of the Corona virus. Cape Elizabeth was a welcoming site. Such a remarkable view of the ocean and lots of fresh air. It's not your average sandy beach, in fact there really isn't any sand,
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We stopped by to get a look at the Cape Elizebeth Light, while in visiting So Portland. There was limited parking but great views of the coastline and lighthouse. We hike out the jetty and were greated by a large seal who stuck his head out of the water! Great spot to visit or
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Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse is also called Two Lights and you really need to see both. To get the best views you'll have to work your way through the streets to get close. This especially holds for the one that is now a private residence but if you work your way close, you can
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Tight parking at peak hours so plan accordingly! A beautiful area of Coastal Maine that is great for pictures & local scenery. Flatter rocks that allow you to walk out on the edges or climb down to the beach area.
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We didn’t actually visit the lighthouse, we only viewed it from the cliff walk at Fort Williams State Park.
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