Bodie Island Lighthouse
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The current Bodie Island Lighthouse is the third that has stood in this vicinity of Bodie Island on the Outer Banks in North Carolina and was built in 1872.
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Can't climb the lighthouses right now, but they have a nice visitor center. Boardwalk to see the Pamlico Sound.
This is the first of three lighthouses that you can see in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Built in 1872, this lighthouse is close enough to visit if you are short on time. Bodie Island, (pronounced Body), is just before the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center and no longer an island. The current…
This historic lighthouse is a short scenic drive away. Great spot for photos! Don't forget to visit the little nature pathway to the left of the visitor center.
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Anıt / Kent Simgesi
“See the exact spot where the first ever flight took place! Ride a bike along our neighborhood bike path to get there.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Go climb the dunes and see the ocean and the sound at the same time or fly a kite. Lots of paths. Stores and restaurants directly across the street. ”
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Point of Interest
“Currituck Beach Lighthouse towers above the northern Outer Banks in the historic Corolla Village. The last brick and mortar lighthouse built in North Carolina, its unpainted red brick served as a daymarker to distinguish it from other coastal lighthouses. The Currituck Beach Lighthouse is a first order lighthouse, having the largest of seven Fresnel lens sizes. With a 20-second flash cycle, the light can be seen from 18 nautical miles away. Upon entering, you will find exhibits interpreting the history and significance of the Currituck Beach Lighthouse; its role in cultural and maritime history on the Outer Banks is robust. Climbing the Currituck Beach Lighthouse is always rewarding; at the top, you’re greeted with expansive views of the Currituck Sound, Atlantic Ocean, and the northern Outer Banks.”
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“Great for kids and the entire family. Located on the Waterfront with live exhibits of natural wildlife. Sea turtles, Otters, Alligators and a large Special Attraction. Shark Tank. Don't miss this one. ”
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“The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the tallest brick lighthouse in our country. Because of the threat of shoreline erosion, it was moved in 1999 to its present location. It is located in the town of Buxton.”
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