Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
Battery Point Lighthouse was built in 1856 for a cost of $15,000. It stands off the coast of Crescent City, California, and is accessible at low tide.
My husband and I write a travel blog together, carryoncouple.com and we recently completed a countdown of our 2018 top 10 photo picks.
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Built in 1896, the Coquille River Lighthouse stands at the mouth of the Coquille River on the Oregon Coast.
A three mile hiking trail from the Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park campground led to this unique view of the Heceta Head Lighthouse.
Soaring 93 feet in the air, Yaquina Head stands as Oregon’s tallest Lighthouse. Be sure to pick your ticket up at the park’s Interpretive Center for your tour and climb to the top.
Cape Blanco Lighthouse sits on the most western point of Oregon. Built in 1870, the lighthouse has survived years of howling winds that continually blow across the bluff. Parking is available at the lighthouse, but we chose a 4.5 mile loop trail that led us across the beach, then back along the forested cliffs.
The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse stands on a bluff in Washington State above the north side of the Columbia River. First lit in 1856 remains the oldest functioning Lighthouse on the West Coast.