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Nicely maintained lighthouse on private property. Limited on-street parking. There is a sign notifying everyone that it is private property. From the sign, you walk along the edge of the backyard to get to the "path". It is unmarked except for a small handwritten sign...More
A great place to go exploring, be careful of the very step steps leading down to the rocks, I would not recommend young children or old/frail people do the steps as they are very step and slippery. The lighthouse is very pretty. It’s a great...More
I visited on the weekend of a Maine lighthouse challenge. As a result, the lighthouse was open to visitors. It's a short climb to the top but the lattice work stairs create a dizzying experience. I have to admit, I was a little worried about...More
Short path to the rocky coast -- beautiful views. It's definitely worth a visit, BUT as with any trails in Maine, check yourself thoroughly for ticks! I had one crawling on my arm and luckily was able to flick it off it before it went...More
You can only view the lighthouse from a distance as it is on private property. The walk on the footpath and stairs to the rocky shore lead to beautiful views of Penobscot Bay. It's not a difficult walk for the average person, although we did...More
We were touring the coastal towns of Maine and were interested in seeing some of the lighthouses along the way. It happened to be pouring rain the day we visited Castine but we drove down to the tip of the peninsula to get a look...More