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This is part of the Texas State Parks Historical Sites but operated by the city of Port Isabel.
A fun climb up the circular stairs to see the wonderful view of Port Isabel and Laguna Madre Bay.... challenging, need good walking shoes, patience and a...More
Not one of the larger lighthouses. Great view from the top 2 levels - an open deck and then the very top which is inside the glass. However, steps going up have only one rail on the wall side, and at the top of the...More
Since Feb has a lot of fog sometimes....it was too foggy to go to the top. But we had our picture taken in front of the lighthouse and read up on its history. So had to skip the experience of walking up to the top...More
The light house is well maintained. If you have the energy you can get a nice view of the bay and South Padre Island. There is no charge to visit the light house. Iy is adjacent to the Visitors Center and the ladies manning the...More
While this Lighthouse is no longer a “functioning” lighthouse, it is still great to climb and the view is spectacular. There is an easy spiral staircase and three (3) ladders to climb to get to the top (no handicap accessibility). I would have given this...More
We were on a coastal road trip to see lighthouses. The Port Isabel lighthouse was the farthest south on our trip. We were there just before sunset and had a pleasant walk around the area. There are cute shops across the street from the lighthouse....More
It's a fairly short climb up to the top of the lighthouse, and the view is pretty amazing from up there. The little building where you buy your lighthouse ticket has some good information about the history of the lighthouse and the area. There's also...More