North of Camden – Castine – Dice Head Light

Vegan French Toast Recipe Dice Head Light was originally built in 1828 at the entrance to Castine Harbor, now decommissioned and owned by the Town of Castine. Accessible by auto, limited parking, nice photo opportunities. Follow US Rt 1 to Orland (about 40 miles from...

Rockland – Maine Lighthouse Museum

The Maine Lighthouse Museum is the finest musuem of lighthouse-related material in the U.S. Extensive collection of lenses, lights, fog signals, and lighthouse artifacts. Large collection of photos, logbook, and other lighthouse data. Well-stocked gift store...

South of Camden- Rockport – Indian Island Light

Decommissioned and privately owned since the 1930’s. Original lighthouse station was built in 1850 and rebuilt in 1974. A distant view from shore is possible from the Marine Park in Rockport. From Camden, go South on US Route 1 to the ME route 90 intersection....

Camden – Curtis Island Light

Active light on Curtis Island. The original light station dates from 1836; the present lighthouse and keeper’s house date from the 1800’s. Originally known as Negro Island, the island and lighthouse were renamed Curtis Island in honor of Cyrus H. Curtis...

Owls Head Lighthouse

Active light dating from 1825 marking the south entrance of Rockland Harbor. Accessible by road, spectacular view and photo opportunities. A state park with restrooms and picnic facilities on site. The keeper’s house is still used as quarters by the Coast Guard....