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Squirrel Point Light Station


1 Park Drive P.O. Box F Rockland, ME US 04841



Historic photo of Squirrel Point Light Station

Squirrel Point Light Station was established in 1898 and includes a small, octagonal, shingled tower, a shingled fog bell house with a gable roof, and a two-story keeper's dwelling. Squirrel Point’s grounds are open to the public, and accessible via a two-thirds-of-a-mile trail through woods and marsh at the dead end of Bald Head Road in Arrowsic. It also can be seen from Route 209 in Phippsburg, just across the river.