Cape Neddick Lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world. Additionally, it is referred to as “Nubble Light” because of its location on the “Nubble,” a rocky island off the eastern end of Cape Neddick.
Constructed in 1879 of cast iron plates lined inside with brick its red light flashes 88 feet above the ocean. Owned and maintained by the town of York, it can be viewed from Sohier Park or via a lighthouse cruise. There is no public access to the island.
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 43.165° Longitude: -70.5916°