There is one about an hour away that does have tours of the inside of the lighthouse that I had been trying to plan a trip to, but the people were so flaky and unavailable that I just kind of gave up. So I had to do the next best thing...which was visit a lighthouse that wasn't really available for public access, and try to get as close to it as possible.
The lighthouse was near a golf course and down a few private roads where you are forbidden to park if you don't live there. To get around this, I parked on the side of the main road and then just walked down the private roads towards the lighthouse. I can see why these roads are so private and why the people pay to have it be private. They are right next to the golf course, which also has numerous little plots for people to play bocce. And the road leads right down to a secluded beach and eventually, the lighthouse. It must be nice to live so close to a lighthouse and the beach!
The lighthouse was fenced off. You can get around, but you'd have to literally walk through someone's yard and around their house to get to it, so I didn't bother. I wasn't looking to start any trouble. It wasn't like I could go inside of it, so there wasn't really any point in getting super close to it. I was happy with getting some shots with it behind me in the background.
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