List of lighthouses in the United States by height

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The height of existing lighthouses is expressed in two measures: the height of the tower itself, and the distance from the focal plane (that is, the center) of the light source to the water. The latter can be much greater than the former if the light stands on a promontory. Several structures which have functioned as lighthouses exceed the height of any entry in this list, among them the Statue of Liberty at 305 feet (93 m) and Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial at 352 feet (107 m). These are not listed because they were not constructed as lighthouses per se.


Tallest towers[edit]

  1. 207 feet (63 m) - Cape Hatteras Light, North Carolina (height includes 10 feet (3.0 m) underground)[1]
  2. 191 feet (58 m) - Cape Charles Light, Cape Charles, Virginia[2]
  3. 175 feet (53 m) - Ponce de Leon Inlet Light, Florida[3]
  4. 172 feet (52 m) - Barnegat Light, New Jersey
  5. 169 feet (51 m) - Cape Lookout Light, North Carolina
  6. 169 feet (51 m) - Absecon Light, New Jersey
  7. 168 feet (51 m) - Fire Island Light, New York
  8. 165 feet (50 m) - St. Augustine Light, Florida
  9. 164 feet (50 m) - Cape Henry Light, Virginia
  10. 162 feet (49 m) - Navassa Island Light, Navassa Island
  11. 161 feet (49 m) - Morris Island Light, South Carolina
  12. 158 feet (48 m) - Currituck Beach Light, North Carolina
  13. 158 feet (48 m) - Bodie Island Light, North Carolina
  14. 157 feet (48 m) - Cape May Light, New Jersey
  15. 157 feet (48 m) - Dry Tortugas Light, Florida
  16. 154 feet (47 m) - Tybee Island Lighthouse, Georgia
  17. 151 feet (46 m) - Cape Canaveral Light, Florida[4]
  18. 150 feet (46 m) - Pensacola Light, Florida[5]
  19. 150 feet (46 m) - Cape Romain Lighthouses, South Carolina
  20. 148 feet (45 m) - Oak Island Light, North Carolina
  21. 142 feet (43 m) - Hillsboro Inlet Light, Florida[6]
  22. 142 feet (43 m) - Assateague Light, Virginia[7]
  23. 140 feet (43 m) - Charleston Light, South Carolina[8]
  24. 138 feet (42 m) - Moloka'i Light, Hawaii
  25. 136 feet (42 m) - Hunting Island Light, South Carolina
  26. 133 feet (41 m) - Boon Island Light, Maine[9]
  27. 131 feet (40 m) - Sand Island Light, Alabama[10]
  28. 130 feet (40 m) - Rock of Ages Light, Michigan[11]
  29. 124 feet (38 m) - Cape Ann Light, Massachusetts[12]
  30. 121 feet (38 m) - White Shoal Light, Michigan[11]
  31. 120 feet (37 m) - Sand Key Light, Florida
  32. 120 feet (37 m) - Mobile Point Light, Alabama[13]
  33. 119 feet (37 m) - Petit Manan Light, Maine[14]
  34. 115 feet (35 m) - Point Arena Light, California[15]
  35. 115 feet (35 m) - Pigeon Point Light, California[16]
  36. 113 feet (34 m) - Grosse Point Light, Illinois
  37. 112 feet (34 m) - Big Sable Point (Grande Point au Sable) Light, Michigan[17]
  38. 111 feet (34 m) - Rawley Point Light, Wisconsin
  39. 110 feet (34 m) - Montauk Point Light, New York
  40. 110 feet (34 m) - Stannard Rock Light, Michigan[18]
  41. 109 feet (33 m) - Presque Isle Light (New), Michigan[19]
  42. 108 feet (33 m) - Wind Point Light, Wisconsin
  43. 108 feet (33 m) - Jupiter Inlet Light, Florida[20]
  44. 107 feet (33 m) - Little Sable Point (Petite Point au Sable) Light, Michigan[21]
  45. 107 feet (33 m) - Grays Harbor Light, Washington
  46. 104 feet (32 m) - St. Simons Island Light, Georgia
  47. 100 feet (32 m) - Marcus Hook Range Rear Light, Delaware
  48. 100 feet (30 m) - Bald Head Light, North carolina
  49. 99 feet (30 m) - South Manitou Island Light, Michigan[11]
  50. 99 feet (30 m) - Grosse Ile North Channel Front Range Light, Michigan[11]
  51. 98 feet (30 m) - Sanibel Island Light, Florida
  52. 95 feet (29 m) - Cape Florida Light, Florida
  53. 94 feet (29 m) - Destruction Island Light, Washington
  54. 93 feet (29 m) - Yaquina Head Light, Oregon
  55. 93 feet (28 m) - Spectacle Reef Light, Michigan[22]
  56. 91 feet (28 m) - Sand Hills Light, Michigan[23]
  57. 90 feet (27 m) - St. George Reef Light, California[24]
  58. 90 feet (27 m) - Harbour Town Light, South Carolina
  59. 89 feet (27 m) - Pointe aux Barques Light, Michigan[25]
  60. 89 feet (27 m) - New London Harbor Light, Connecticut
  61. 87 feet (27 m) - Au Sable Light, Michigan[26]
  62. 86 feet (26 m) - Key West Light, Florida
  63. 85 feet (26 m) - Fort Gratiot Light, Michigan[11]
  64. 84 feet (26 m) - Alcatraz Island Light, California[27]
  65. 81 feet (25 m) - St. Johns River Light, Florida
  66. 80 feet (25 m) - Portland Head Light, Maine[28]
  67. 80 feet (24 m) - Manitou Island Light, Michigan[29]
  68. 78 feet (24 m) - Whitefish Point Light, Michigan[11]
  69. 78 feet (24 m) - Seul Choix Point Light, Michigan[30]
  70. 77 feet (23 m) - Gray's Reef Light, Michigan[11]
  71. 76 feet (23 m) - Waugoshance Light, Michigan[31]
  72. 76 feet (23 m) - Middle Island Light, Michigan[11]
  73. 76 feet (23 m) - Cape Decision Light, Alaska[32]
  74. 75 feet (23 m) - Ocracoke Light, North Carolina
  75. 75 feet (23 m) - St. Martin Island Light, Michigan[33]
  76. 74 feet (23 m) - Piedras Blancas Light, California[34]
  77. 71 feet (22 m) - Sturgeon Point Light, Michigan[35]
  78. 71 feet (22 m) - St. Helena Island Light, Michigan[36]
  79. 70 feet (21 m) - Poverty Island Light, Michigan[37]
  80. 70 feet (21 m) - New Point Loma lighthouse, California[38]
  81. 70 feet (21 m) - Minneapolis Shoal Light, Michigan[39]
  82. 69 feet (21 m) - Los Angeles Harbor Light, California[40]
  83. 68 feet (21 m) - Five Finger Islands Light, Alaska[41]
  84. 67 feet (20 m) - Tawas Point Light, Michigan[42]
  85. 67 feet (20 m) - Point Vicente Light, California[43]
  86. 67 feet (20 m) - Frankfort North Breakwater Light, Michigan[44]
  87. 67 feet (20 m) - Cape Hinchinbrook Light, Alaska[45]
  88. 66 feet (20 m) - Tree Point Light, Alaska[46]
  89. 66 feet (20 m) - St. Johns Light, Florida
  90. 66 feet (20 m) - Highland (Cape Cod) Light, Massachusetts[47]
  91. 65 feet (20 m) - Rock Harbor Light, Michigan[11]
  92. 65 feet (20 m) - Point Iroquois Light, Michigan[48]
  93. 65 feet (20 m) - North Head Light, Washington[49]
  94. 65 feet (20 m) - Cedar River Light, Michigan[11]
  95. 65 feet (20 m) - Cape Flattery Light, Washington
  96. 65 feet (20 m) - Big Bay Point Light, Michigan[50]
  97. 63 feet (19 m) - North Manitou Shoal Light, Michigan[51]
  98. 63 feet (19 m) - New Dungeness Light, Washington
  99. 63 feet (19 m) - DeTour Reef Light, Michigan[52]
  100. 62 feet (19 m) - Tillamook Light, Oregon
  101. 62 feet (19 m) - Thunder Bay Island Light, Michigan[11]
  102. 62 feet (19 m) - Ludington North Pierhead Light, Michigan[11]
  103. 62 feet (19 m) - Grand Marais Harbor Inner Range Light, Michigan[11]
  104. 62 feet (19 m) - Grand Island Harbor Rear Range Light, Michigan[53]
  105. 62 feet (19 m) - Copper Harbor Light, Michigan[54]
  106. 61 feet (19 m) - Umpqua River Light, Oregon
  107. 61 feet (19 m) - Mary Island Light, Alaska[55]
  108. 61 feet (19 m) - Isle Royale (Menagerie Island) Light, Michigan[56]
  109. 60 feet (18 m) - Port Austin Reef Light, Michigan[57]
  110. 60 feet (18 m) - Poe Reef Light, Michigan[58]
  111. 59 feet (18 m) - Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Oregon[59]
  112. 59 feet (18 m) - Port Sanilac Light, Michigan[60]
  113. 59 feet (18 m) - Lansing Shoals Light, Michigan[11]
  114. 58 feet (18 m) - New Point Comfort Light, Virginia
  115. 58 feet (18 m) - Munising Front Range Light, Michigan[61]
  116. 58 feet (18 m) - Ile Aux Galets Light, Michigan[62]
  117. 58 feet (18 m) - Crisp Point Light, Michigan[63]
  118. 58 feet (18 m) - Amelia Island Light, Florida
  119. 57 feet (17 m) - St. Joseph North Pier Inner Light, Michigan[64]
  120. 57 feet (17 m) - Round Island Light, Michigan[11]
  121. 56 feet (17 m) - Old Mackinac Point Light, Michigan[11]
  122. 56 feet (17 m) - Eldred Rock Light, Alaska[65]
  123. 56 feet (17 m) - Charlevoix South Pier Light, Michigan[11]
  124. 55 feet (17 m) - Fourteen Mile Point Light, Michigan[11]
  125. 55 feet (17 m) - Cape St. Elias Light, Alaska[66]
  126. 54 feet (16 m) - Split Rock Lighthouse, Minnesota[67]
  127. 54 feet (16 m) - Mobile Middle Bay Light, Alabama[68]
  128. 53 feet (16 m) - St. Joseph North Pier Outer Light, Michigan[11]
  129. 53 feet (16 m) - Squaw Island Light, Michigan[11]
  130. 53 feet (16 m) - Muskegon South Breakwater Light, Michigan[69]
  131. 53 feet (16 m) - Cape Disappointment Light, Washington[49]
  132. 52 feet (16 m) - Point No Point Light (Maryland), Maryland
  133. 52 feet (16 m) - Point Conception Light, California[70]
  134. 52 feet (16 m) - Martin Reef Light, Michigan[71]
  135. 52 feet (16 m) - Forty Mile Point Light, Michigan[72]
  136. 51 feet (16 m) - Sentinel Island Light, Alaska[73]
  137. 51 feet (16 m) - Sandy Point Shoal Light, Maryland
  138. 51 feet (16 m) - Portage River (Jacobsville) Light, Michigan[11]
  139. 51 feet (16 m) - Little Traverse Light, Michigan[11]
  140. 51 feet (16 m) - Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light, Michigan[74]
  141. 50 feet (15 m) - Harbor Beach Light, Michigan[11]
  142. 49 feet (15 m) - Detroit River (Bar Point Shoal) Light, Michigan[75]
  143. 48 feet (15 m) - Point Sur Light, California[76]
  144. 48 feet (15 m) - Point Hueneme Light, California[77]
  145. 48 feet (15 m) - East Brother Island Light, California[78]
  146. 47 feet (14 m) - Point Cabrillo Light, California[79]
  147. 47 feet (14 m) - Grand Traverse Light, Michigan[80]
  148. 46 feet (14 m) - Point Wilson Light, Washington
  149. 46 feet (14 m) - Old Point Loma lighthouse, California[81]
  150. 46 feet (14 m) - Gull Rock Light, Michigan[82]
  151. 46 feet (14 m) - Drum Point Light, Maryland
  152. 46 feet (14 m) - Charity Island Light, Michigan[83]
  153. 46 feet (14 m) - Beaver Island (Beaver Head) Light, Michigan[84]
  154. 45 feet (14 m) - Windmill Point Light, Michigan[11]
  155. 45 feet (14 m) - Ontonagon Light, Michigan[11]
  156. 45 feet (14 m) - Beavertail Light, Rhode Island
  157. 45 feet (14 m) - Battery Island Light, California[85]
  158. 45 feet (14 m) - Race Point Light, Massachusetts[86]
  159. 44 feet (13 m) - Cape Arago Light, Oregon[87]
  160. 44 feet (13 m) - South Fox Island Light, Michigan[11]
  161. 44 feet (13 m) - Sand Point Light, Michigan[11]
  162. 44 feet (13 m) - Passage Island Light, Michigan[88]
  163. 44 feet (13 m) - Bete Grise (Mendota) Light, Michigan[89]
  164. 44 feet (13 m) - Manistee North Pierhead Light, Michigan[11]
  165. 44 feet (13 m) - Eagle Harbor Light, Michigan[90]
  166. 44 feet (13 m) - Cheboygan River Front Range Light, Michigan[11]
  167. 44 feet (13 m) - Bois Blanc Island Light, Michigan[11]
  168. 43 feet (13 m) - Thomas Point Shoal Light, Maryland
  169. 43 feet (13 m) - Point Pinos Light, California[91]
  170. 43 feet (13 m) - Grand Marais Harbor Outer Range Light, Michigan[11]
  171. 43 feet (13 m) - Cape Mendocino Light, California[92]
  172. 41 feet (12 m) - Farallon Island Light, California[93]
  173. 41 feet (12 m) - Beaver Island Harbor Light, Michigan[94]
  174. 40 feet (12 m) - St. Clair Flats South Channel Rear Range Light, Michigan[95]
  175. 40 feet (12 m) - San Luis Obispo Light, California[96]
  176. 40 feet (12 m) - Round Island Passage Light, Michigan[11]
  177. 40 feet (12 m) - Peninsula Point Light, Michigan[97]
  178. 40 feet (12 m) - Marquette Harbor Light, Michigan[98]
  179. 40 feet (12 m) - Granite Island Light, Michigan[99]
  180. 40 feet (12 m) - Grand Island North Light, Michigan[100]
  181. 40 feet (12 m) - Anacapa Island Light, California[101]
  182. 39 feet (12 m) - Presque Isle Light (Old), Michigan[19]
  183. 39 feet (12 m) - Huron Island Light, Michigan[102]
  184. 39 feet (12 m) - Grand Island East Channel Light, Michigan[11]
  185. 39 feet (12 m) - Wood End Light, Massachusetts[103]
  186. 38 feet (12 m) - Long Point Light, Massachusetts[104]
  187. 38 feet (12 m) - White River Light, Michigan[105]
  188. 38 feet (12 m) - McGulpin's Point Light, Michigan[11]
  189. 38 feet (12 m) - Lime Kiln Light, Washington
  190. 38 feet (12 m) - Cove Point Light, Maryland
  191. 37 feet (11 m) - Point Betsie (Point aux Becs Scies) Light, Michigan[106]
  192. 37 feet (11 m) - Alki Point Light, Washington[107]
  193. 36 feet (11 m) - Saginaw River Rear Range Light, Michigan[11]
  194. 36 feet (11 m) - Mission Point Light, Michigan[11]
  195. 36 feet (11 m) - Marquette Breakwater Outer Light, Michigan[11]
  196. 36 feet (11 m) - Grand Haven South Pierhead Light, Michigan[74]
  197. 36 feet (11 m) - Fourteen Foot Shoal Light, Michigan[11]
  198. 35 feet (20 m) - Patos Island Light, Washington
  199. 35 feet (11 m) - Point Reyes Light, California[108]
  200. 35 feet (11 m) - Table Bluff Light, California[109]
  201. 35 feet (11 m) - South Haven South Pier Light, Michigan[110]
  202. 35 feet (11 m) - Sharps Island Light, Maryland
  203. 35 feet (11 m) - Round Island Light, Michigan[111]
  204. 35 feet (11 m) - Manistique East Breakwater Light, Michigan[11]
  205. 35 feet (11 m) - Cape Sarichef Light, Alaska[112]
  206. 34 feet (10 m) - Menominee North Pier Light, Michigan[113]
  207. 34 feet (10 m) - Copper Harbor Rear Range Light, Michigan[11]
  208. 34 feet (10 m) - Burrows Island Light, Washington
  209. 34 feet (10 m) - Alpena Light, Michigan[11]
  210. 34 feet (10 m) - Cape Meares Lighthouse, Oregon[114]
  211. 33 feet (10 m) - Point Bonita Light, California[115]
  212. 33 feet (10 m) - Pipe Island Light, Michigan[11]
  213. 33 feet (10 m) - Ontonagon Harbor West Pierhead Light, Michigan[11]
  214. 33 feet (10 m) - Munising Rear Range Light, Michigan[61]
  215. 33 feet (10 m) - Cheboygan Crib Light, Michigan[11]
  216. 32 feet (10 m) - Holland Harbor Light, Michigan[116]
  217. 31 feet (9 m) - Marshall Point Light, Maine
  218. 31 feet (9 m) - Keweenaw Waterway Lower Entrance Light, Michigan[117]
  219. 30 feet (9 m) - Presque Isle Harbor Breakwater Light, Michigan[11]
  220. 30 feet (9 m) - Point No Point Light, Washington
  221. 30 feet (9 m) - Point Montara Light, California[118]
  222. 30 feet (9 m) - Point Fermin Light, California[119]
  223. 30 feet (9 m) - Owls Head Light, Maine[120]
  224. 30 feet (9 m) - Mukilteo Light, Washington
  225. 30 feet (9 m) - Guard Island Light, Alaska[121]
  226. 30 feet (9 m) - Admiralty Head Light, Washington [122]
  227. 28 feet (9 m) - Muskegon Pier Light, Michigan[11]
  228. 27 feet (8 m) - Punta Gorda Light, California[123]
  229. 27 feet (8 m) - Fort Point Light, California[124]
  230. 25 feet (8 m) - Yerba Buena Island, California[125]
  231. 25 feet (8 m) - Trinidad Head Light, California[126]
  232. 25 feet (8 m) - Point Retreat Light, Alaska[127]
  233. 25 feet (8 m) - Cape Spencer Light, Alaska[128]
  234. 24 feet (7 m) - Eagle River Light, Michigan[11]
  235. 23 feet (7 m) - West Point Light, Seattle, Washington
  236. 23 feet (7 m) - Cedar Key Light, Florida[129]
  237. 21 feet (6 m) - Copper Harbor Front Range Light, Michigan[11]
  238. 20 feet (6 m) - Lime Point Light, California[130]
  239. 20 feet (6 m) - Bush Point Light, Washington
  240. 17 feet (5 m) - St. Clair Flats South Channel Front Range Light, Michigan[95]

Highest focal plane[edit]

  1. 462 feet (141 m) - Old Point Loma lighthouse, California [81]
  2. 422 feet (129 m) - Cape Mendocino Light, California [92]
  3. 420 feet (128 m) - Makapuu Point Light, Hawaii [131]
  4. 395 feet (120 m) - Navassa Island Light, Navassa Island [132]
  5. 358 feet (109 m) - Farallon Island Light, California [93]
  6. 294 feet (90 m) - Point Reyes Light, California [108]
  7. 278 feet (76 m) - Marcus Hook Range Rear Light, Delaware[133]
  8. 277 feet (84 m) - Anacapa Island Light, California [101]
  9. 273 feet (83 m) - Point Sur Light, California [76]
  10. 258 feet (79 m) - Block Island Southeast Light, Rhode Island (since its move to higher ground)
  11. 235 feet (71 m) - Cape Hinchinbrook Light, Alaska [45]
  12. 214 feet (65 m) - Alcatraz Island Light, California [27]
  13. 213 feet (65 m) - Molaka'i Light, Hawaii
  14. 196 feet (60 m) - Trinidad Head Light, California [126]
  15. 192 feet (59 m) - Cape Hatteras Light, North Carolina
  16. 185 feet (56 m) - Point Vicente Light, California [43]
  17. 183 feet (56 m) - Highland (Cape Cod) Light, Massachusetts[47]
  18. 180 feet (55 m) - Cape Charles Light, Cape Charles, Virginia[2]
  19. 180 feet (55 m) - Fire Island Light, New York
  20. 180 feet (55 m) - Seguin Light, Maine [134]
  21. 178 feet (54 m) - Monhegan Island Light, Maine [134]
  22. 176 feet (54 m) - Table Bluff Light, California [109]
  23. 170 feet (52 m) - Cape Sarichef Light, Alaska [112]
  24. 169 feet (51 m) - Oak Island Light, North Carolina
  25. 168 feet (51 m) - Montauk Point Light, New York
  26. 166 feet (51 m) - Cape Ann Light, Massachusetts [12]
  27. 165 feet (50 m) - Barnegat Light, New Jersey
  28. 163 feet (50 m) - Charleston Light, South Carolina [8]
  29. 161 feet (49 m) - St. Augustine Light, Florida
  30. 159 feet (48 m) - Ponce de Leon Inlet Light, Florida [3]
  31. 155 feet (47 m) - Point Arena Light, California [15]
  32. 154 feet (43 m) - Assateague Light, Virginia[7]
  33. 151 feet (46 m) - Dry Tortugas Light, Florida
  34. 148 feet (45 m) - Pigeon Point Light, California [16]
  35. 146 feet (45 m) - Jupiter Inlet Light, Florida [20]
  36. 144 feet (44 m) - St. George Reef Light, California [24]
  37. 142 feet (43 m) - Piedras Blancas Light, California [34]
  38. 140 feet (43 m) - Point Bonita Light, California [115]
  39. 137 feet (42 m) - Boon Island Light, Maine [9]
  40. 137 feet (42 m) - Cape Canaveral, Florida
  41. 134 feet (41 m) - Dice Head Light, Maine [134]
  42. 125 feet (38 m) - Mobile Point Light, Alabama [13]
  43. 123 feet (38 m) - Petit Manan Light, Maine [134]
  44. 120 feet (37 m) - Sand Key Light, Florida
  45. 119 feet (36 m) - Grosse Point Light, Illinois
  46. 116 feet (35 m) - San Luis Obispo Light, California [96]
  47. 111 feet (34 m) - Wind Point Light, Wisconsin
  48. 110 feet (34 m) - Fort Point Light, California [124]
  49. 110 feet (30 m) - Bald Head Light, North carolina
  50. 113 feet (34 m) - Rawley Point Light, Wisconsin
  51. 106 feet (32 m) - Eagle Island Light, Maine [134]
  52. 105 feet (35 m) - Cape Spencer Light, Alaska [128]
  53. 105 feet (32 m) - Baker Island Light, Maine [134]
  54. 102 feet (31 m) - Sanibel Island Light, Florida
  55. 101 feet (31 m) - St. Croix River Light, Maine [134]
  56. 101 feet (22 m) - Portland Head Light, Maine [28]
  57. 100 feet (30 m) - Point Fermin Light, California [119]
  58. 100 feet (30 m) - Owls Head Light, Maine [120]
  59. 100 feet (30 m) - Key West Light, Florida
  60. 96 feet (29 m) - Cape Decision Light, Alaska [32]
  61. 95 feet (29 m) - Yerba Buena Island, California [125]
  62. 92 feet (28 m) - Heron Neck Light, Maine [134]
  63. 91 feet (28 m) - Libby Island Light, Maine [134]
  64. 91 feet (28 m) - Eldred Rock Light, Alaska [65]
  65. 90 feet (27 m) - Old Cape Henry Light, Virginia
  66. 89 feet (27 m) - Point Pinos Light, California [91]
  67. 88 feet (27 m) - Point Loma Light (new), California [38]
  68. 86 feet (26 m) - Tree Point Light, Alaska [46]
  69. 86 feet (26 m) - Sentinel Island Light, Alaska [73]
  70. 85 feet (26 m) - Cape St. Elias Light, Alaska [66]
  71. 84 feet (26 m) - Point Cabrillo Light, California [79]
  72. 81 feet (25 m) - Five Finger Islands Light, Alaska [41]
  73. 77 feet (23 m) - Battery Island Light, California [85]
  74. 76 feet (23 m) - Mary Island Light, Alaska [55]
  75. 75 feet (23 m) - Whitehead Light, Maine [134]
  76. 75 feet (23 m) - Punta Gorda Light, California [123]
  77. 75 feet (23 m) - Mount Desert Light, Maine [134]
  78. 75 feet (23 m) - Cedar Key Light, Florida[129]
  79. 75 feet (23 m) - Burnt Coat Harbor Light, Maine [134]
  80. 73 feet (22 m) - Los Angeles Harbor Light, California [40]
  81. 72 feet (22 m) - Moose Peak Light, Maine [134]
  82. 70 feet (21 m) - Point Montara Light, California [118]
  83. 67 feet (20 m) - Great Duck Island Light, Maine [134]
  84. 67 feet (20 m) - Race Point Light, Massachusetts[135]
  85. 65 feet (20 m) - Two Bush Island Light, Maine [134]
  86. 64 feet (20 m) - Egg Rock Light, Maine [134]
  87. 63 feet (19 m) - Point Retreat Light, Alaska [127]
  88. 61 feet (19 m) - East Brother Island Light, California [78]
  89. 59 feet (18 m) - The Cuckolds Light, Maine [134]
  90. 57 feet (17 m) - Franklin Island Light, Maine [134]
  91. 56 feet (17 m) - Little River Light, Maine [134]
  92. 56 feet (17 m) - Carquinez Strait Light, California [136]
  93. 54 feet (16 m) - Saddleback Ledge Light, Maine [134]
  94. 54 feet (16 m) - Mobile Middle Bay Light, Alabama [68]
  95. 53 feet (16 m) - Lubec Channel Light, Maine [134]
  96. 52 feet (16 m) - Southampton Shoals Light, California [137]
  97. 52 feet (16 m) - Pond Island Light, Maine [134]
  98. 52 feet (16 m) - Point Hueneme Light, California [77]
  99. 52 feet (16 m) - Deer Island Thorofare Light, Maine [134]
  100. 52 feet (16 m) - Curtis Island Light, Maine [134]
  101. 45 feet (14 m) - Wood End Light, Massachusetts [135]
  102. 43 feet (13 m) - Hendricks Head Light, Maine [134]
  103. 42 feet (13 m) - Prospect Harbor Point Light, Maine [134]
  104. 41 feet (13 m) - Perkins Island Light, Maine [134]
  105. 39 feet (12 m) - Grindel Point Light, Maine [134]
  106. 39 feet (12 m) - Browns Head Light, Maine [134]
  107. 37 feet (11 m) - Crabtree Ledge Light, Maine [134]
  108. 36 feet (11 m) - Long Point Light, Massachusetts [135]
  109. 36 feet (11 m) - Ram Island Light, Maine [134]
  110. 33 feet (10 m) - Lime Point Light, California [130]
  111. 33 feet (10 m) - Doubling Point Rear Range Light, Maine [134]
  112. 33 feet (10 m) - Bear Island Light, Maine [134]
  113. 25 feet (8 m) - Squirrel Point Light, Maine [134]
  114. 25 feet (8 m) - Blue Hill Bay Light, Maine [134]
  115. 23 feet (7 m) - Guard Island Light, Alaska [121]
  116. 23 feet (7 m) - Doubling Point Light, Maine [134]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Cape Charles". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-04-14. 
  3. ^ a b "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Ponce de Leon". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-02-18. 
  4. ^ "Img_0338 (Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Florida heritage marker)". Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation. Retrieved on 2012-11-08.
  5. ^ "Inventory of Historic Light Stations: Pensacola Light". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-10-17. 
  6. ^ "Hillsboro Inlet Light". 
  7. ^ a b "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Assateague". National Park Service. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 
  8. ^ a b "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Charleston Light (New)". National Park Service. Retrieved 2009-10-07. 
  9. ^ a b "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Boon Island". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-02-25. 
  10. ^ "Inventory of Historic Lighthouses - Sand Island". National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-02-18. 
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