Maine Lighthouses You Must Explore This Year
Located on a large rock island — Cape Neddick Bubble — a few hundred feet from York Beach, the 41-foot Nubble Lighthouse was built in 1879 and automated in 1987.
Boon Island Light is located about 8 miles from the nearest land. It’s automated, so there’s no lighthouse keeper. You can’t visit the island, so the tower is best viewed from the water or air.
Wood Island Lighthouse
Experience one of Maine’s oldest lighthouses, including a trip to the top of the tower and a visit to the restored keeper's house.
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