We visited on a misty day, a small beaten path leads to the rocky pier, which I think was the highlight of our visit. Taking photos from the pier is beautiful!
About Eastern Point Lighthouse
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Make your way by bike or car and enjoy the sites along the way. This is a must see spot so bring your camera and enjoy exploring the area.
Beautiful walk on jetty and great location for pictures. Pictures of the harbor, the lighthouse, the sailboats. Worth the winding drive through the neighborhood. Signs say "private road" but the only road that leads to the nationally owned and operated lighthouse as well as the...More
Easily accessible but you may have to pass a guard that imply's you are entering a private road. Passing by to get to the light is fine. You just have to say so. Once out to the lighthouse, walk out on the breakwater for some...More
Eastern Point Lighthouse is reachable by car and also view-able from one of the local lighthouse boat tours. Get the US Lights app for directions and history.
You need to pay for parking. Lighthouse isn't impressive, but the view of all the boats was nice. Wish we knew how great the fishing would be. So if you plan on visiting bring your fishing gear. We didn't and enjoyed a walk. Look out...More
GPS took us directly to this beauty. The only catch is you have to drive by a number of "keep out signs" and prestine private homes. I totally get the frustration of the local homeowners, but.. it is a public spot. Even if the "parking...More
We had a hard time finding this lighthouse, but it was one we really wanted to see and finally we got directions from the owner of the B&B we were staying at. Once there, the parking is good and the views spectacular!
We got a tip from the local Visitor Centre that the signs stating the road to this place was private were false. Without knowing that we probably wouldn't have made it this far. Worth the short drive out of town. We walked to the end...More
I was enthusiastic about checking out this lighthouse, but unfortunately you cannot get to this location without passing through private residences and neighborhoods. When I finally arrived after weaving through residential streets, I was disappointed to discover that the lighthouse is fenced off with "do...More