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That's what we called it. I spent many weekends as a child anchored off the sandy shores just East of this lighthouse, back in the 60's. My brother and I would visit it often, by small sailboat or powered Dinghy. Once by land, we got...More
One of the prettiest rivers in LA (if not #1). A slow ride up or down with friends is hard to beat. The lighthouse is historic but needs work (underway). Several places to dock. Not much fuel on the river and pricey so gas up...More
has to be seen by boat to get close. Someone built a house at the end of the main road. Makes it hard to get good photos of a beautiful light house because they closed off the end of the road close to the lake.....If...More
I love lighthouses and I go out to this area of the lake often and you can see the lighthouse but are unable to access it. The is a museum in town with history but I would love to get a closer look at it...More
The lighthouse is not accessible by land anymore. They are talking about building one, but the lake keeps eroding the coast and I doubt they ever will. There is a spot that you can take pictures (great sunset location). Go to the very end of...More
I like lighthouses, so it would have been nice to see it up close, to climb to the top, to see the view, and get a sense of what it must have been like to be a keeper or keeper's assistant in the early days....More
There currently isn't any easy way to get to the lighthouse by land. What you CAN do is drive down past the maritime museum along a long road with a one lane wooden bridge past a bar and a boat launch to a burned down...More