Florida Lighthouses

Sombrero Key Lighthouse

Sombrero Key Lighthouse is approachable by boat from Marathon and can be seen from land at Sombrero Beach State Park

St. Johns River Lighthouse

A good view of the St. Johns River lighthouse can be seen from the road east from the Mayport ferry

St. Marks Lighthouse

St. Marks Lighthouse is a White-washed conical brick tower with a black lantern

Pensacola Lighthouse

Pensacola Lighthouse is conical tower with lower third painted white and upper two-thirds painted black with a black lantern

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse was built in 1887 it’s the only Florida Lighthouse listed as a National Historic Landmark

Sand Key Lighthouse

Sand Key Lighthouse was constructed in 1852-1853. First Lighted July 20, 1853. Active, but deactivated 1989-1996 during restoration

Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse

Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse is an iron-skeletal lighthouse in a restricted area and normally closed to the public

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse – Federally designated as the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area