Cape Pogue Lighthouse

Originally built in 1801 and moved and rebuilt several times, the current wooden structure dates from 1893. It was moved by helicopter in 1985 and again in 1997. It is the most remote of the 5 Island beacons, located at the Trustees of Reservations’ Cape Pogue Wildlife Refuge on Chappaquiddick and not easily reached by car or on foot. The Trustees offer seasonal tours of Chappaquiddick, including the lighthouse.

Dike Road, Chappaquiddick, MA 02539

Phone

508-627-3599

Website

thetrustees.org

Town

Edgartown, Chappaquiddick

Upcoming Events

Christmas at the Lighthouse

Over the dunes and through the cedars to the lighthouse you will go. Celebrate the season with a festive refuge ride in an ever-changing winter landscape,...

12/7 12pm
Christmas at the Lighthouse

Over the dunes and through the cedars to the lighthouse you will go. Celebrate the season with a festive refuge ride in an ever-changing winter landscape,...

12/7 2pm
Christmas at the Lighthouse

Over the dunes and through the cedars to the lighthouse you will go. Celebrate the season with a festive refuge ride in an ever-changing winter landscape,...

12/8 12pm
Christmas at the Lighthouse

Over the dunes and through the cedars to the lighthouse you will go. Celebrate the season with a festive refuge ride in an ever-changing winter landscape,...

12/8 2pm

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Cape Pogue Lighthouse

Cape Pogue Lighthouse posted a photo 8/7/2017

Cape Pogue Lighthouse

Cape Pogue Lighthouse posted a photo 8/7/2017