You won't be sorry if you go here the sights are absolutely stunning!!!! We really enjoyed ourselves here and hope to return in a few years
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We (three adults 45-72) enjoyed venturing out on the breakwater to get closer to the lighthouse. This stop made for a great break in driving and the day was gorgeous. We knew ahead of time that the lighthouse would be closed for renovations so were...More
You have to walk out the rock path which is challenging but the Lighthouse is kept up really well and the staff is very knowledgeable. Not the highest lighthouse but probably the most unique I've been in.
There was a cyclist/run event around the lighthouses the Sunday we visited so all nearby roads were blocked and we had to walk several miles thru neighborhood streets to get to it - not very friendly to tourism!! I understand they are trying to keep...More
On the campus of Southern Maine Community College, Spring Point Light allows you to step out on Casco Bay and just about touch the cruise ships and tanker ships as they enter Portland. Wear good shoes and be attentive as you make your way out...More
For a small donation you can get a tour of the inside of the lighthouse. You must be able to climb a stationery ladder ro get to the outside top of the lighthouse. The tour guidewas very knowledgable about the history of the lighthouse, its...More
You can walk out to this lighthouse and the rocks are well situated so most people can easily navigate them. I did not go on a day it was open but it was still worth a close up picture.
Nice place to get away, especially if you like some salt water fishing. Catch mackerel and an occasional bluefish or striper on a live Mack as bait. Use caution walking the granite boulders, some gaps and uneven terrain
This is our first stop in Portland and it was simply amazing.Its a very rocky terrain so you must wear comfortable walking shoes.If you are taking kids along you need to assist them over the rocks since some of them are spaced far apart.It was...More