We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The old unmanned lighthouse sits at the end of a dirt road. The road and the grounds around the lighthouse are not well maintained. We took a photo and left. The lighthouse itself appears to be in need of new coat of paint.
This is the second oldest lighthouse on PEI. It is in rough shape but is still great to visit. There is also a path to access the beach. When we were there, we captured a cruise ship leaving the Charlottetown Harbour. You will pass Fort...More
We love finding unexpected places, and this is one of them! It was interesting to peer in the windows to see the rooms in the house and would be lovely to see it restored and opened for the public! Make sure to explore Fort Amherst...More
Walking along the boardwalk you suddenly turn a corner and see this lighthouse tucked away farther down the path. It is a nice view. Up close it still looks like it is functional but it would be nice if they buried the wire trailing across...More
Response from woodmister | Reviewed this property |
Good question. Of course I don't know the answer but you would think this landmark and historical record should be treated with more respect. It would be a cool place, albeit small place to live. You would likely meet... More
Good question. Of course I don't know the answer but you would think this landmark and historical record should be treated with more respect. It would be a cool place, albeit small place to live. You would likely meet some interesting people.