Coquille River Lighthouse
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Coquille River lighthouse was first built in Bullards Beach State Park in 1891, and later renovated in 1976. Mariners were also guided across dangerous bars with the help of this lighthouse. Parks and beaches surrounding the lighthouse are open to the public, in addition to the tower itself.
Lighthouse photos by Steve Dimock
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