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    Admiralty Head Lighthouse

    Located at Fort Casey State Park in the Coupeville area of Whidbey Island, Admiralty Head Lighthouse stands guard over Admiralty Inlet. First built in 1890, then rebuilt in 1903, Admiralty Head was the last brick lighthouse designed by renowned German architect Carl Leick. During its later occupancy by the Army, Read more [...]

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    Lime Kiln Lighthouse

    At Lime Kiln Point State Park, the loud, transient neighbors gear up for a party that runs from spring into fall. Those would be the spouting Orcas, fin-slapping Gray whales, barking sea lions and splashing porpoises. Set on a rocky bluff at the west end of San Juan Island, Lime Read more [...]

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    Turn Point Lighthouse

    The Turn Point Light is an active aid to navigation overlooking the Haro Straits from the western tip of Stuart Island, San Juan County, off the coast of Washington state in the northwest of the United States. Operations commenced in 1893 with the construction of a fog signal building and Read more [...]

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    Pt. Robinson Lighthouse

    Point Robinson Lighthouse is located on the eastern side of Maury Island – Vashon Island’s connecting neighbor. One of the more easily-accessible lighthouses on the Sound, Point Robinson is a must-see when visiting Vashon/Maury Islands, with great views of the Sound from its driftwood-lined beach. The 10-acre site also has Read more [...]

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    West Point Lighthouse, Discovery Park

    West Point Lighthouse Situated at the end of a low, half-mile-long, sandy point that extends into Puget Sound from the base of Magnolia Bluff, West Point Lighthouse still sends out alternating red and white flashes, but a modern beacon has taken over the function from the historic fourth-order Fresnel lens Read more [...]

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    Alki Point Lighthouse

    Alki, the Washington State Motto, is a Chinook Indian word meaning “by and by.” In November 1851, twenty-four people from the schooner Exact landed at present-day Alki Point and formed a colony. The settlers called their new home New York, however, when its growth was markedly slower than that of Read more [...]

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    Brown’s Point Lighthouse Park

    Browns Point Lighthouse Park (4.03 acres) lies on the tip of historic Browns Point, and provides the community waterfront access, enticing beachcombers year round and sunbathers and picnickers during the summer. A large green space makes this a nice spot for a picnic as you watch the deep-sea ships entering Read more [...]