Friday, August 7, 2009
The most prominent landmark at the Shoreline Park’s lighthouse point is the lighthouse itself, giving out a beacon of light to all watercraft vessels entering the complex from the Pacific ocean. The structure is a good small hike uphill, but the location gives a clear view about the surrounding area.
The white conical steel tower was constructed in 2000 with much of the funding provided by the LB downtown Lions club and is managed by the city. It is also referred to as the Lions Lighthouse for Sight.