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All reviews on the rocks spring point light house take your time granite boulders college campus watch your step fun walk southern maine community college portland head wear comfortable walking shoes break wall would love to go back portland harbor short drive casco bay beautiful area
Just an average lighthouse to visit during any day but on lighthouse day you can go inside!! I went in a few years ago and it's really ingesting inside and the story about its interesting too the only complaint I have is the rocks you...More
My nieces and nephew (3, 7, 8 & 9) have lots of energy to burn and bringing them here is a good bet. They love climbing the rocks to the light house and let their imaginations run. Best to save this for good weather- rocks...More
Spring point ledge lighthouse is a scenic and pretty place to visit. The jetty that reaches out to it is a great way to get exercise. Take your time on the rocks they are irregular and require careful stepping. On a beautiful day it is...More
If you have never walked out to the iconic “Sparkplug” lighthouse, you should do so. The distinctive shape is what earned Spring Point Ledge Light it’s nickname. When you get to the end of the breakwater, you will be rewarded with great views of the...More
Caution to clumsy people like myself!! There is a nice flat looking rock path you can walk on to get out to the lighthouse. I found that very cool and was excited to go out there, however I lost my footing and fell on the...More
Very scenic and pretty lighthouse located at the end of the breakers, you can walk out on the rocks, just be careful if they’re wet. Lighthouse was closed when we were there, but you can see the cruise ships if they are docked in Portland.
Really cool Lighthouse to check out if you're in the area! Beautiful views from this park. I did not walk all the way to the lighthouse due to it being so windy and cold. The walk to the lighthouse is large rocks and not 100%...More