Sandy Point Lighthouse

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43° 41' 30'' N    -65° 19' 36'' W
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Sandy Point Lighthouse c. 1998
© Shirley Heneon
Sandy Point Lighthouse c. 1998
This attractive lighthouse, which originally was built on a pier, now sits on a crib at the east side of the entrance to Shelburne Harbour. At low tide the tapered wooden tower is accessible across a sand bar. There is a sandy beach, swimming, birding, and a community hall where snacks may be available. Many festivals and activities take place here in summer, especially lobster dinners.

Contributor: Kathy Brown
Source: NSLPS Database, Sandy Point Recreation Group

Sandy Point Lighthouse   Specs at a glance...

Body of WaterShelburne Harbour
RegionSouth Shore
Scenic DriveLighthouse Route
Tower Height044ft
Height Above Water047ft
CharacteristicFixed Red (1990)
Still standing:True
Still operating:True