Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse
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Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is located in Rockland Harbor at the end of a 7/8 mile long breakwater.
The breakwater leading out to the light is a beautiful and scenic walk on a sunny day. However, please note that the walk is nearly two-mile round trip. During bad weather, waves often crash over the granite breakwater, which can make the walk a very wet one.
About an hour north from here. It’s almost ONE MILE of breakwater which is mind blowing. It’s like you’re walking I in the middle of the ocean. Be prepared to get splashed! Wear sturdy shoes.
One of the most unique lighthouses you'll ever see! The roughly one mile breakwater leading out to the lighthouse makes for a great way to soak up the sun and ocean air. Sometimes folks bring their fishing poles and fish off the rocks. Or just watch the sailboats drift by :) Please be aware…
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