Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Ponce de Leon Lighthouse

(Photo taken from Lighthouse Point Park)

Recently, while on Vaccation - over Spring Break - we visited the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse. After spending some time at the Lighthouse Point Park, we drove a few miles up where we toured the Lighthouse and the Home Place of the past keepers.  We climbed 203 steps (175 feet) to the top, where we wittnessed the most amazing view, over looking the land and the Sea.
If you're ever in the area, stop by!! I promise, it will be worth your time!!
(Above is a photo of the Lighthouse from the Park area... below are photos of the Park)
(Photo of Lighthouse Point Park - walk way leads out to the Beach)
(Photo of Lighthouse Point Park - walk way leads out to the Beach)
(Photo of Lighthouse Point Park walk way - Ponce de Leon Lighthouse in the far distance)
(View of the Ocean at the end of the walk way)
(...and this is what the walk way lead to!! - Absolute Beauty)
Ponce de Leon Lighthouse Facts:
- The Ponce de Leon Light Station was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1998
- The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Florida and one of the tallest masonry lighthouses in the country
- Visitors can climb 203 steps to the top of the 175 foot tower
Walk inside the white picket fence and step back in time. Maintained and operated by the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association, this beautiful facility represents one of the best preserved and most authentic historic light stations in the nation today. Visitors will agree that the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum offers a treasure-trove of sights, sounds, and expces for young and old alike.
-These are just a few of the photos we took along the way -
... I may make a slide show later to share them all with you ...
They say there is no place like home...
but this Kentucky girl could have stayed in FL forever!!

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  1. Enjoyed reading abt the Light House!! Great pictures! Kay