Little River Lighthouse Lodging
|Photo credit: Timothy Harrison|
|Little River Light Station|
On July 21st, the Friends of Little River Lighthouse opened the Keeper’s House for overnight guests after the Boy Scouts and volunteers worked eight years to restore the Lighthouse located on Little River Island in Cutler, Maine.
The Keeper’s House has three Guest Bedrooms with a double bed in each room. The price for first year guests is $75.00 per night and guests need to pack their food, beverages, bottled water, bed linens or sleeping bag, and towels.
With no television, a foghorn will entertain you while you sleep. If you have no problems with sharing the Kitchen, Living Room, and the two Bathrooms with other guests than this secluded 15-acre wooded island could be your ideal retreat. Little River Island overlooks the Bay of Fundy with scenic vistas of Cutler’s rocky Bold Coast, Grand Manan Island, and Machias Seal Island Lighthouse can be seen in the distance on a clear day.
According to Timothy Harrison, the proceeds from the overnight guests will help maintain the Lighthouse. Timothy Harrison is the co-chairman of the Friends of Little River Lighthouse, a chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation, and the editor of Lighthouse Digest.
For more information about Lodging and reservations, please call 207-259-3833 or visit their web site at www.LittleRiverLight.org.
For more information about the Lighthouse, please visit
Little River Lighthouse Scouts, Aug 30, 2007
Google Map of Little River Lighthouse
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Little River Lighthouse Opens for Overnight Stays, Jul 11, 2008