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Climb the oldest lighthouse on the Potomac, see historic boats and maritime history in the museum, learn about the U1105 Historic Shipwreck Dive Preserve, stroll the beach, paddle about in your kayak & enjoy 6 acres of park, pier & more.
We stopped here on a lark and found that it was lighthouse weekend and everything was open. We chatted with a number of the staff and had a wonderful time. The climb up into the lighthouse was steep and interesting.
I'm a lighthouse enthusiast, this is the cutest one I've ever visited! Small and powerful the Piney Point Lighthouse is different than the bigger ones out on the ocean, but is just as important as those bigger ones. Staff at the Museum was wonderful!! Very...More
Hubby and I visited the outside of the Piney Point Lighthouse. The lighthouse and keepers are beautiful. It is in a pretty area except for some pipes behind. We did not go inside we walked around the grounds and to the water. A short visit...More
We took a little 'jaunt' here from our vacation house just to get the kids out of the house for a short time. We brought a picnic lunch, which we enjoyed in the shade at a picnic table right near the lighthouse. Then we walked...More
This is a great place to visit. Signs to get you there are well placed. We had a full tour with a knowledgeable person who answered all our questions. The museum is well maintained and exhibits are informative. The on-site boat museum is wonderful. Families...More
A nice stroll on Light House Road takes you to a pleasant ending. There is a beach to visit. Park benches for those to rest. Pinic tables for eating. A museum near by to visit. Nicely taken care of. Worth a visit.