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Warning: if you are unsure of your balance or footing, then walking out to the lighthouse is not recommended. Years ago, a rowboat was required to get to the lighthouse. Eventually they laid stones from the park to the lighthouse. But the stones are uneven...More
This little lighthouse isn’t the biggest, or tallest, but it’s story and uniqueness make it an experience of a lifetime.
Spring Point Lighthouse is the only caisson-style lighthouse in the United States that visitors can walk too!!!! Constructed in 1897, to warn ships of the...More
We were on vacation in Portland and took a tour on Casco Bay and the guide told us it is a short drive over to the light houses in South Portland. We drove over and checked out Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse. The parking was not...More
We happened to come across this Lighthouse while exploring south Portland.
Parking was limited but we lucked out and pulled in as another car was leaving. Not a typical walk out to the House. Large rocks that require a little bit of navigation.
This one is within the campus of the local community college. Parking was a challenge and not a lot of area. I didn’t take the walk on the rocks to the lighthouse. Our guide warned us it was not as easy as it looked.
Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse was one of the sights we visited in South Portland. It was fun walking along the granite boulders however it may not be suitable for very young children or adults with walking difficulties. There are some wide gaps in the boulders...More