North Head Lighthouse - Ilwaco - Built in 1898, this lighthouse is located in Ft. Canby State Park. Charming lighthouse with panoramic views of the Pacific.
Cape Disappointment Lighthouse - Ilwaco - At the mouth of the Columbia, this lighthouse, built in 1853, is the 2nd oldest on the west coast. It is located in Ft Canby State Park, but is closed to the public.
Grays Harbor Lighthouse Westport - At the south side of the entrance to Grays Harbor, this light can be reached through a nice walkway at Westport Light State Park. Still active, the 107 ft light was built in 1898.
Destruction Island Lighthouse - Ruby Beach - Located 3 miles out to sea and built in 1891 is now a solar powered lighthouse. The original First Order Fresnel Lens is magnificently display at Westport Marine Museum. Considered one of the best Lens displays in the world, you can't miss an opportunity to see this spectacular object lit and rotating.
Cape Flattery Lighthouse - Tatoosh Island, Neah Bay - Built in 1857, this is one of the oldest still standing and operating lighthouses on the west coast. It marks the most westerly spot in the lower 48 and can be viewed from a trail on the Makah Indian Reservation.
New Dungeness Lighthouse - Sequim - Built in 1857, this lighthouse was the first lit on the Strait of Juan de Fuca and is located at the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Open year round.
Point Wilson Lighthouse - Port Townsend - Located at historic Ft Worden State Park, this lighthouse is located at the Coast Guard Station and is still active. It is not open to the public, but is beautiful to view and photograph.