Yesterday we Adventured to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in Bristol, Maine. The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park is located at Pemaquid Neck. It was built in 1827 but later rebuilt in 1935, reportedly due to poor construction. The official Park is open from May through October and includes: an art gallery, fisherman’s museum, an art gallery, and a learning center.
We had a late day Adventure to the stunning Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park. As usual, we were glad to visit in off-season, creating a peaceful scene, absent from the bustle of tourists. The Pemaquid Lighthouse was quite picturesque, offering up close and personal views. We started our visit exploring the Lighthouse, scenic benches along the way. As we sauntered past the lighthouse we quickly were drawn to the rocky shores, and crashing waves. We climbed a bit on the rocks, taking in yet another wonderful Maine coastline. There were several other small structures, and benches for picnicking under some trees. It was a small area, so we made sure to check out each spot, before looping back to the lighthouse. Shadow enjoyed some happy rolls, while I then entertained myself with many photos. My favorite you will see first, adorable Shadow and Wilma, ears a blowing! Definitely a wonderful visit to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park (Rating: 4).