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All reviews lobster shack two lights state park light house open to the public parking lot portland head light beautiful light small beach beautiful sight on the rocks fort williams park beach area beautiful area picnic tables lovely lighthouse gift shop iconic lighthouse
This lighthouse is not accessible by public. That is disappointing as the design of this particular lighthouse seems bit different from the rest. The beach nearby doesn't have sand, it's marshy and some sort of weeds are washed ashore. This is not a must do...More
In this quiet neighborhood overlooking the Atlantic Ocean are two lighthouses. They are beautiful and impressive. Take care not to disturb the adjacent homeowners, who put up with more than their share of tourist traffic. Of course, make time to drive to nearby Portland Head...More
Every time I come to Portland, I have to stop here and walk around and take more pictures. I love this place. I have probably over 200 pictures of it over 6 or 7 visits to it. It's great to walk around the grounds. Walk...More
We were there on vacation and went to eat at the Lobster Shack and view the lighthouses and experience the solar eclipse! Best day at the edge of the world! The whole area is breathtaking and every bit worth the drive to the Park!
We were hoping to be able to see this lighthouse up close, but the Google map directions were wrong, and we were led to a very small parking lot. There was no access to the lighthouse that we could find. The picture attached is from...More
Located on Coast Guard property, this is one of two lighthouses in or near Two-Lights park. LAs it is located on Coast Guard property, you cannot get too close. Located at the Southern end of Cape Elizabeth, the park is home to two nearby and...More
This is a beautiful lighthouse but the neighborhood around it is privately owned. Tourist need to park at the parking lot down by the coast guard station and the beach by the lobster shack. You can not enter into the lighthouse, you can't even drive...More