Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
Point Cabrillo Lighthouse provides visitors with an exceptional, and amazingly accessible taste of the North Coast's history and natural beauty. The 1909 lighthouse and light keepers home have been lovingly restored, and a salt-water aquarium provides a look into the colorful life of a coastal tide pool. The light keepers home is furnished with donated antiques, and the atmosphere takes one back to life on the ocean a century ago. Mobility challenged guests can be dropped off at the entrance to the lighthouse, or take the short paved path from the nearby parking lot. An accessible bed and breakfast is on the hill above the lighthouse, and would offer guests a rare experience of life on the rustic Mendocino Coast. This location is a true treasure, offering visitors a taste of nature, history, and serenity.
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