Gift Certificates Provides a view of Whitehead Lighthouse as part of its annual Mid Coast Maine Lighthouse Challenge tour. The funny part is we were crossing the channel from the tip of Seal Harbor Head and were dead heading to the back side of the Whitehead where I had lunched on a spit of sand on a mid tide. My partner was relieved when I welcomed him to Whitehead Island. telephone (207) 200 7957.     > Request a reservation or Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. The restoration process was completed in 2008 and the result is a facility that is remote but comfortable with a private bath in each room, electricity, and comfortable common areas, including a library. Ten minutes later the sun came out. Whitehead Light Station is the definition of a unique and wonderful vacation accommodation or retreat center.     > Share your program ideas Without them, we wouldn't have found Whitehead on this trip. Perfect for retreats or educational getaways. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Copyright © 2019 Benjamin Prepelka    All Rights Reserved. It is in the town of St.George.     > Return to home page The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. We aim to achieve these goals through a program of Summer address: Belgrade Lakes ME 04918 | telephone (207) 465 3031 I didn't know whether to take that as a compliment or not. Whitehead Lifesaving Station, a property on the National Register of Historic Places is also located on the island. More information: History / Photos / Bibliography / Cruises / Postcards. Whitehead Island Whitehead Island is an island in St. George, Knox County, Maine. Although the lighthouse has been automated and now runs on solar power, the lighthouse remains an active aid to navigation. Station was automated and, while the lighthouse continued to operate, the Light Station continues to provide a beacon to mariners from its Although most rooms will be The island is approximately 70 acres in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". One of the foggiest areas on the Maine coast, the Whitehead Island Light-station received its first fog bell in 1829. P.O. During the Jefferson era, residents and mariners around Penobscot Bay enjoyed their first lighthouse on Whitehead Island in 1803. Whitehead Island in Maine.     > Support WLS I will mention that after we pulled up on the beach (truly a spit of sand between two very small islands just west of White Head Island) my partner got out of his boat and told me it was one of his happiest moments on the water. The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. the dwellings and outbuildings were shuttered and abandoned. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations. Although most of our trips take us inland to the unspoiled lakes, rivers, and mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, all Pine Islanders also have the opportunity to explore Whitehead Island, a 90-acre island in the center of one of the most acclaimed stretches of coast in the United States. guest-paddler, A self-supported trip created by Whitehead Island Lighthouse, Maine. It's good idea when having to cross the shipping channels to pick the narrowest part and announce oneself with your VHF radio as a kayak crossing the channel or group of kayakers with your exact location crossing the channel. Matinicus Island: This rugged island is, in fact, the most remote of Maine’s islands. boat. Whitehead Light is a lighthouse on Whitehead Island, on Muscle Ridge Channel, in the southwestern entrance to Penobscot Bay, Maine. We were skirting the inside passage about 200 yards west of the green cans outside the channel and I happened to know from both memory and GPS that that last green can actually was mounted up on the very tip of a couple very small islands a few yards north from Whitehead.     > Rental policies 1996, through the Maine Lights Program, Pine Island Camp became owner Brunswick, Maine 04011 Phone: (207) 729 7714 or (207) 465 3031 E-mail: info@whiteheadlightstation.org . Monhegan Boat Line Ferry leaves out of Port Clyde to Monhegan Island. If you head out to White Head light and you are a very proficient paddler, may I suggested doing a three light paddle including Southern Light and Twin Bush light in addition to White Head. It was Thomas Jefferson’s signature that authorized the construction of a     > Registration form (PDF) Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. of the busy world of the mainland, and to gain knowledge of specific A few more paddle strokes and all of a sudden the island just appeared out of the mist. The island is approximately 70 acres (28 ha) in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". "At Whitehead Light Station, we seek to give participants an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy the dramatic coast of Maine in an atmosphere that will broaden knowledge, strengthen skills, and promote renewal. Then we paddled out around the rest of the island taking in the full brunt of the Atlantic right at the NE corner of the island which is mostly cliffs. Whitehead Island (so named for its granite boulders along the shore) is located in Penobscot Bay at the western entrance to the Muscle Ridge Channel. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. It was more the island slowly just appeared over the course of five seconds out of no where. the island, all meals (sample menu), and local excursions in the Whitehead Light Station This was my first trip from Lobster Buoy Campground. The light station was an important landmark for ships transporting lumber and lime in the 19th century. The River That Flows Both Ways: Short Film Paddling the Hudson River. It is one of the foggiest places on the Maine coast, averaging 80 days of fog a year. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations. 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The funny part is we were crossing the channel from the tip of Seal Harbor Head and were dead heading to the back side of the Whitehead where I had lunched on a spit of sand on a mid tide. My partner was relieved when I welcomed him to Whitehead Island. telephone (207) 200 7957.     > Request a reservation or Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. The restoration process was completed in 2008 and the result is a facility that is remote but comfortable with a private bath in each room, electricity, and comfortable common areas, including a library. Ten minutes later the sun came out. Whitehead Light Station is the definition of a unique and wonderful vacation accommodation or retreat center.     > Share your program ideas Without them, we wouldn't have found Whitehead on this trip. Perfect for retreats or educational getaways. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Copyright © 2019 Benjamin Prepelka    All Rights Reserved. It is in the town of St.George.     > Return to home page The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. We aim to achieve these goals through a program of Summer address: Belgrade Lakes ME 04918 | telephone (207) 465 3031 I didn't know whether to take that as a compliment or not. Whitehead Lifesaving Station, a property on the National Register of Historic Places is also located on the island. More information: History / Photos / Bibliography / Cruises / Postcards. Whitehead Island Whitehead Island is an island in St. George, Knox County, Maine. Although the lighthouse has been automated and now runs on solar power, the lighthouse remains an active aid to navigation. Station was automated and, while the lighthouse continued to operate, the Light Station continues to provide a beacon to mariners from its Although most rooms will be The island is approximately 70 acres in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". One of the foggiest areas on the Maine coast, the Whitehead Island Light-station received its first fog bell in 1829. P.O. During the Jefferson era, residents and mariners around Penobscot Bay enjoyed their first lighthouse on Whitehead Island in 1803. Whitehead Island in Maine.     > Support WLS I will mention that after we pulled up on the beach (truly a spit of sand between two very small islands just west of White Head Island) my partner got out of his boat and told me it was one of his happiest moments on the water. The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. the dwellings and outbuildings were shuttered and abandoned. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations. Although most of our trips take us inland to the unspoiled lakes, rivers, and mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, all Pine Islanders also have the opportunity to explore Whitehead Island, a 90-acre island in the center of one of the most acclaimed stretches of coast in the United States. guest-paddler, A self-supported trip created by Whitehead Island Lighthouse, Maine. It's good idea when having to cross the shipping channels to pick the narrowest part and announce oneself with your VHF radio as a kayak crossing the channel or group of kayakers with your exact location crossing the channel. Matinicus Island: This rugged island is, in fact, the most remote of Maine’s islands. boat. Whitehead Light is a lighthouse on Whitehead Island, on Muscle Ridge Channel, in the southwestern entrance to Penobscot Bay, Maine. We were skirting the inside passage about 200 yards west of the green cans outside the channel and I happened to know from both memory and GPS that that last green can actually was mounted up on the very tip of a couple very small islands a few yards north from Whitehead.     > Rental policies 1996, through the Maine Lights Program, Pine Island Camp became owner Brunswick, Maine 04011 Phone: (207) 729 7714 or (207) 465 3031 E-mail: info@whiteheadlightstation.org . Monhegan Boat Line Ferry leaves out of Port Clyde to Monhegan Island. If you head out to White Head light and you are a very proficient paddler, may I suggested doing a three light paddle including Southern Light and Twin Bush light in addition to White Head. It was Thomas Jefferson’s signature that authorized the construction of a     > Registration form (PDF) Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. of the busy world of the mainland, and to gain knowledge of specific A few more paddle strokes and all of a sudden the island just appeared out of the mist. The island is approximately 70 acres (28 ha) in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". "At Whitehead Light Station, we seek to give participants an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy the dramatic coast of Maine in an atmosphere that will broaden knowledge, strengthen skills, and promote renewal. Then we paddled out around the rest of the island taking in the full brunt of the Atlantic right at the NE corner of the island which is mostly cliffs. Whitehead Island (so named for its granite boulders along the shore) is located in Penobscot Bay at the western entrance to the Muscle Ridge Channel. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. It was more the island slowly just appeared over the course of five seconds out of no where. the island, all meals (sample menu), and local excursions in the Whitehead Light Station This was my first trip from Lobster Buoy Campground. The light station was an important landmark for ships transporting lumber and lime in the 19th century. The River That Flows Both Ways: Short Film Paddling the Hudson River. It is one of the foggiest places on the Maine coast, averaging 80 days of fog a year. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations. 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Whitehead Light Station was transferred to Pine Island Camp in 1997 as part of the program. It is the third oldest active light station in the state of Maine. by guest-paddler A self-supported trip created by guest-paddler Trip Overview I had been around Whitehead Light many times before in previous years from other approaches. Although most of our trips take us inland to the unspoiled lakes, rivers, and mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, all Pine Islanders also have the opportunity to explore Whitehead Island, a 90-acre island in the center of one of the most acclaimed stretches of coast in the United States. The Whitehead Lighthouse was disposed of via the Maines Lights Program, the predecessor to the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act of 2000. It's an all day trip, watch the weather and skirt islands along the way. White Head Light sits on a private island. One of the foggiest areas on the Maine coast, the Whitehead Island Light-station received its first fog bell in 1829. In A new stone lighthouse and keeper’s quarters followed in 1831. > Welcome to WLS programs that focus on a variety of subjects and activities taught by unparalleled opportunity to enjoy the dramatic coast of Maine in an It was listed on the National Register of Historic Placesas Whitehead Light Station on March 14, 1988. My partner was getting a bit nervous. On 11 acres of the 90 acre Whitehead Island, the recently restored Light Station housed the families who tended the lighthouse before it was automated in 1982. We aim to achieve these goals through a program of simple living, appreciation of the natural world, and first-rate instruction."     > Gift Certificates Provides a view of Whitehead Lighthouse as part of its annual Mid Coast Maine Lighthouse Challenge tour. The funny part is we were crossing the channel from the tip of Seal Harbor Head and were dead heading to the back side of the Whitehead where I had lunched on a spit of sand on a mid tide. My partner was relieved when I welcomed him to Whitehead Island. telephone (207) 200 7957.     > Request a reservation or Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. The restoration process was completed in 2008 and the result is a facility that is remote but comfortable with a private bath in each room, electricity, and comfortable common areas, including a library. Ten minutes later the sun came out. Whitehead Light Station is the definition of a unique and wonderful vacation accommodation or retreat center.     > Share your program ideas Without them, we wouldn't have found Whitehead on this trip. Perfect for retreats or educational getaways. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Copyright © 2019 Benjamin Prepelka    All Rights Reserved. It is in the town of St.George.     > Return to home page The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. We aim to achieve these goals through a program of Summer address: Belgrade Lakes ME 04918 | telephone (207) 465 3031 I didn't know whether to take that as a compliment or not. Whitehead Lifesaving Station, a property on the National Register of Historic Places is also located on the island. More information: History / Photos / Bibliography / Cruises / Postcards. Whitehead Island Whitehead Island is an island in St. George, Knox County, Maine. Although the lighthouse has been automated and now runs on solar power, the lighthouse remains an active aid to navigation. Station was automated and, while the lighthouse continued to operate, the Light Station continues to provide a beacon to mariners from its Although most rooms will be The island is approximately 70 acres in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". One of the foggiest areas on the Maine coast, the Whitehead Island Light-station received its first fog bell in 1829. P.O. During the Jefferson era, residents and mariners around Penobscot Bay enjoyed their first lighthouse on Whitehead Island in 1803. Whitehead Island in Maine.     > Support WLS I will mention that after we pulled up on the beach (truly a spit of sand between two very small islands just west of White Head Island) my partner got out of his boat and told me it was one of his happiest moments on the water. The lighthouse, light-keeper and his family became the center of attention on the island. the dwellings and outbuildings were shuttered and abandoned. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations. Although most of our trips take us inland to the unspoiled lakes, rivers, and mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, all Pine Islanders also have the opportunity to explore Whitehead Island, a 90-acre island in the center of one of the most acclaimed stretches of coast in the United States. guest-paddler, A self-supported trip created by Whitehead Island Lighthouse, Maine. It's good idea when having to cross the shipping channels to pick the narrowest part and announce oneself with your VHF radio as a kayak crossing the channel or group of kayakers with your exact location crossing the channel. Matinicus Island: This rugged island is, in fact, the most remote of Maine’s islands. boat. Whitehead Light is a lighthouse on Whitehead Island, on Muscle Ridge Channel, in the southwestern entrance to Penobscot Bay, Maine. We were skirting the inside passage about 200 yards west of the green cans outside the channel and I happened to know from both memory and GPS that that last green can actually was mounted up on the very tip of a couple very small islands a few yards north from Whitehead.     > Rental policies 1996, through the Maine Lights Program, Pine Island Camp became owner Brunswick, Maine 04011 Phone: (207) 729 7714 or (207) 465 3031 E-mail: info@whiteheadlightstation.org . Monhegan Boat Line Ferry leaves out of Port Clyde to Monhegan Island. If you head out to White Head light and you are a very proficient paddler, may I suggested doing a three light paddle including Southern Light and Twin Bush light in addition to White Head. It was Thomas Jefferson’s signature that authorized the construction of a     > Registration form (PDF) Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. of the busy world of the mainland, and to gain knowledge of specific A few more paddle strokes and all of a sudden the island just appeared out of the mist. The island is approximately 70 acres (28 ha) in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". "At Whitehead Light Station, we seek to give participants an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy the dramatic coast of Maine in an atmosphere that will broaden knowledge, strengthen skills, and promote renewal. Then we paddled out around the rest of the island taking in the full brunt of the Atlantic right at the NE corner of the island which is mostly cliffs. Whitehead Island (so named for its granite boulders along the shore) is located in Penobscot Bay at the western entrance to the Muscle Ridge Channel. It stands 22 miles out in the Gulf of Maine. It was more the island slowly just appeared over the course of five seconds out of no where. the island, all meals (sample menu), and local excursions in the Whitehead Light Station This was my first trip from Lobster Buoy Campground. The light station was an important landmark for ships transporting lumber and lime in the 19th century. The River That Flows Both Ways: Short Film Paddling the Hudson River. It is one of the foggiest places on the Maine coast, averaging 80 days of fog a year. Stories of daring sea-rescues always seem to enliven island conversations.

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