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The lighthouse was beautiful even on an overcast day. Be sure to check out all the interesting trails around the lighthouse, especially the unmarked one just behind the lighthouse. It takes you along the water on the Gulf side.
We're been going to the lighthouse for years and would recommend it to anyone. Good trails to hike and beautiful scenery. Be careful around the water's edge, especially with small children and pets. Alligators are in the area, but if you stay on the trail,...More
This was a nice drive, lots to see in the way of history and nature. The visitor center is a must with the exhibits, gifts and very friendly, helpful staff. We really liked the river otter you can pet. The drive out to the lighthouse...More
This is one of the oldest lighthouses and it is surprisingly well preserved, considered the area has been flooded by hurricane surges. There is a little museum and volunteers providing the info. Usually, the best part of visiting lighthouses is to climb upstairs to see...More
If you have any interest in lighthouses or gulf views, it's worth your while to come. Though it may still not be open to visitors [being restored], the ocean to one side and tidal pool to another make it a very nice setting. A couple...More
The lighthouse has been renovated, proud of my husband for helping pro bono to bring this beautiful and historical building back to life.
And the refuge is simply amazing. Heading there in a couple weeks for the Butterfly Festival! The butterflies stop at St. Mark's...More
The St. Mark's Lighthouse, a National Historic Treasure, is one of the most important historical landmarks in the early 19th Century. St. Marks is considered one of the main ports of entry in the early 1800s. We've enjoyed watching her by land and sea. An...More
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I feel terrible that I am only now seeing your question. Yes, the road to the lighthouse is paved and you can drive all the way to the lighthouse. There was ample parking and a paved area leading up to the lighthouse. Very... More
I feel terrible that I am only now seeing your question. Yes, the road to the lighthouse is paved and you can drive all the way to the lighthouse. There was ample parking and a paved area leading up to the lighthouse. Very easy to access. There were also a few beautiful unpaved paths and an observation tower to explore once we were at the lighthouse.