Still standing watch along the Coast, Oregon’s lighthouses are home to maritime history of years gone by.
These lighthouses are visible links to the past—towering monuments to Oregon’s maritime heritage and to the hardworking people that kept the lighthouse beacons lit.
Although unoccupied since the arrival of modern technology, these classic structures stand as a testament to the history of Oregon’s rugged coast. Many of Oregon’s lighthouses double as excellent wildlife viewing areas. They are great places to spot sea birds, seals and migrating Gray whales.