Spot Every Lighthouse

 

While visiting San Juan Island in April 2004, we stopped at the Lime Kiln Lighthouse to have a look around. It was here
that I decided to add lighthouses to Phase Two of my project. Although lighthouses are not unique to Washington State,
the Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, and the Pacific Coast afford our state the distinctiveness of joining the world in preserving lighthouses.

 A few of the lighthouses listed below are going to be more of a challenge than others to visit.
 For example, the Burrows Island, Stuart Island, and Patos Island lighthouses are located on small land masses in the San Juan Islands. The only
way to reach them is to charter a boat, which
I did with 40 of my friends and family.

* NOTE: The Skunk Bay Lighthouse is 100% privately owned. No visitors are allowed near it.

Washington State Lighthouses
(Click on the lighthouse's name to see the photo)

Admiralty Head
Fort Casey State Park
Alki Point
West Seattle
Browns Point
Tacoma
Burrows Island
Burrows Island
Bush Point
Whidbey Island
Cape Disappointment
Fort Canby State Park
Cape Flattery
Tatoosh Island
Cattle Point
San Juan Island
Clover Island
Kennewick
Destruction Island
Ruby Beach
Dofflemeyer Point
Olympia
Gig Harbor
Gig Harbor
Grays Harbor
Westport
Lime Kiln
San Juan Island
Marrowstone Point
Fort Flagler State Park
Mukilteo
Mukilteo State Park
New Dungeness
Dungeness State Park
North Head
Fort Canby State Park
Patos Island
Patos Island
Point No Point
Hansville
Point Robinson
Vashon Island
Point Wilson
Fort Worden State Park
Skunk Bay*
Hansville
Turn Point
Stuart Island
West Point
Ft Lawton/Discovery Park
   

* The Skunk Bay Lighthouse is privately owned and therefore closed to all visitors.