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Florida Lighthouses

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Florida has more than 693 miles of coastline making it one of the longest coastlines in the United States.  Due to its low and sandy topography and to insure visibility, Florida’s lighthouses were built to be taller than most.  Of Florida’s more than 30 lighthouses most are open to the public such as this listed below. 


Please note to visit these lighthouses:  Many have limited operating hours, some are open only seasonally, during festivals and special events, some are accessible by ferry only and some in the National Parks may require a permit to visit.  Please check before you visit any Florida Lighthouses.

Due to the remote nature of lighthouses, we have identified the largest nearby city for accommodations, even though some are some distance away. 

Southeast Florida and the Keys

Cape Florida Lighthouse: Bill Baggs Florida State Park near Key Biscayne, Florida

Garden Key Harbor Lighthouse: Fort Jefferson National Monument,  Dry Tortugas National Park, Key West, Florida

Key West Lighthouse and Keepers Museum: Key West, Florida

Loggerhead Key Lighthouse Bay: Dry Tortugas National Park,  Key West, Florida

Hillsboro Lighthouse: Hillsboro Beach, Florida

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum:  Jupiter, Florida

Southwest Florida

Boca Grande Lighthouse: Gasparilla Island State Park, Boca Grande, Florida

Central East Florida

Cape Canaveral Lighthouse: US Air Force Base,  Cape Canaveral, Florida

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum: Ponce Inlet, Florida

Central West Florida

Anclote Key Lighthouse: Anclote Key Preserve State Park, Tarpon Springs, Florida

Egmont Key Lighthouse: Egmont State Park, Dunedin, Florida


Amelia Island Lighthouse: Fernandina Beach, Florida

St Augustine Lighthouse & Museum: St Augustine, Florida

North Central

St Marks Lighthouse: St Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Tallahassee, Florida

Seahorse Key Lighthouse: Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge, Gainesville, Florida


Cape St. George Lighthouse: St. George Island, Florida

Cape San Blas Lighthouse: Port St. Joe, Florida

Crooked River Lighthouse: St. George Island, Florida

Pensacola Lighthouse & Museum: Pensacola, Florida


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