Egg Rock Light, Bar Harbor

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#3 of 9 in Historic Sites in DownEast and Acadia Maine
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Egg Rock Light is a lighthouse on Frenchman Bay, Maine. Built in 1875, it is one of coastal Maine's architecturally unique lighthouses, with a square tower projecting through the square keeper's house. Located on Egg Rock, midway between Mount Desert Island and the Schoodic Peninsula, it is an active aid to navigation, flashing red every 40 seconds. The light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Egg Rock Light Station in 1988.
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  • Travelers ... Only way to see the Lighthouse is on a boat tour ... Observing wildlife is an added bonus. RECOMMENDATION: looking for the most ECONOMIC VALUE as well as educational, interesting, and....  more
    Travelers ... Only way to see the Lighthouse is on a boat tour ... Observing wildlife is an added bonus. RECOMMENDATION: looking for the most ECONOMIC VALUE as well as educational, interesting, and....  more »
  • We love light houses, so this one was extremely interesting to me. You never see a light house built right inside of a livable home like this! We took lots of photos while on our boat tour to this.....  more
    We love light houses, so this one was extremely interesting to me. You never see a light house built right inside of a livable home like this! We took lots of photos while on our boat tour to this.....  more »

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