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Long Island Lighthouses

When picturing Long Island, it is hard having anything other than a lighthouse being the first image that comes to mind. These iconic buildings are the quintessential landmark that locals and tourists alike associate with our Island. To many, this beacon symbolizes more than just the beaches and calm waters – but reminds us of the comforts of home, and where we came from. For others, it evokes fond memories of family vacations out east, or trips to some of the local Long Island beaches on a warm summer’s day. No matter what Long Island Lighthouses evoke in your mind, it is undeniable that they are an important part of the history of Long Island. Make sure to visit a Long Island Lighthouse if you’re visiting, or even if you’re a local just looking to experience Long Island heritage, Lighthouses are a unique piece of our history you won’t want to miss.

Cedar Point Lighthouse

Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton
631 207-4331

Cold Spring Harbor Lighthouse

Centre Island in Cold Spring Harbor
631 207-4331

Execution Rocks Lighthouse

347 Main Street in Port Washington
215 906-5103

Fire Island Lighthouse

4640 Captree Island in Captree Island

Horton Point Lighthouse

Lighthouse Road in Southold
631 765-5500

Huntington Harbor Lighthouse

324 W Shore Road in Huntington

Latimer Reef Lighthouse

Fisher's Island
631 207-4331

Little Gull Island Lighthouse

East Plum Island
631 207-4331

Montauk Point State Park

2000 Montauk Highway in Montauk
(631) 668-3781

North Dumpling Lighthouse

North of Fisher's Island
631 207-4331

Plum Island Lighthouse

Plum Island Lighthouse West Side of Plum Island in Plum Island
631 207-4331

Race Rock Lighthouse

West End of Fisher's Island in Fisher's Island
631 207-4331
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