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Ponce de León Inlet Light Station

Ponce de León Inlet Light Station Review

At the southern tip of the barrier island that includes Daytona Beach is the sleepy town of Ponce Inlet, with a small marina, a few bars, and casual seafood restaurants. Boardwalks traverse delicate dunes and provide easy access to the beach, although storms have caused serious erosion. Marking this prime spot is the bright-red, century-old Ponce de León Inlet Light Station, a National Historic Monument and museum, the tallest lighthouse in the state and the third-tallest in the country. Climb to the top of the 175-foot-tall lighthouse tower for a bird's-eye view of Ponce Inlet.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet, FL 32127 | Map It
  • Phone: 386/761–1821
  • Cost: $5
  • Hours: Sept.–May, daily 10–6; May–Sept., daily 10–9; last admission 1 hr before closing
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  • Location: Daytona Beach
Updated: 05-02-2013

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