Northeast Coast Sights

Ponce de León Inlet Light Station

  • 4931 S. Peninsula Dr. Map It
  • Ponce Inlet
  • Nautical Site/Lighthouse

Published 09/18/2015

Fodor's 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.

Sight Information


4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet, Florida, 32127, United States

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Sight Details:

  • $5
  • Sept.–May, daily 10–6; May–Sept., daily 10–9; last admission 1 hr before closing

Published 09/18/2015


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