New Jersey Lighthouses

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New Jersey, with its extensive shoreline, has at least 20 working or historic lighthouses. Most are open to the public, but you need to check their open hours as each has their own schedule.

New Jersey Lighthouse - Cape MayThis is a great opportunity to learn local history, enjoy scenic drives and views, and explore the surrounding areas, including recreation and shopping.   All an easy drive from within South Jersey.

For more information select one of the links below:

New Jersey Lighthouse Links:
New Jersey Lighthouses
NJ Tourism, Lighthouses
New Jersey Lightouses
New Jersey Lighthouse Society - The society works for the preservation of all the state's light stations.
Delaware River and Bay Lighthouse Foundation - This web site carries information and news about New Jersey lighthouses on the Delaware estuary.
New Jersey Lighthouses - photos and travel directions
New Jersey Lighthouses - photo galleries.
Greg's Lighthouse Page - photos and accounts of most of the accessible lighthouses in the state.
Lighthouses of New Jersey - photos.
Keep the Lights Shining - This personal site has some good recent color photos of the Delaware Bay lighthouses.
Lighthouses of Monmouth County - Information on the Sandy Hook, Navesink, and Sea Girt light stations posted by the county.
Lighthouses Near Cumberland County - Information on five Delaware Bay lighthouses posted by Cumberland County.

Other Lighthouse Links:
Top 25 Lighthouse Sites
USA Lighthouse Links
Lighthouse Directory

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Comments (1)

Brian Brady
San Diego VA Home Loans/858-777-9751 - San Diego, CA

I grew up in South Jersey and loved the old lighthouse at Barnegat Light.  Such great memories of my childhood.  i try to explain the concept to my fellow beach-loving neighbors here in San Diego but it falls on deaf ears.

Thank you for the links! 

Aug 27, 2006 10:08 PM