Alaska Lighthouse Association
Contact Address Information:
2116-B 2nd Street
In 2002 this light station was transferred by act of Congress to the Alaska Lighthouse Association along with 1505 acres of land. There are plans to open the station as a historical site and lodge. The lantern room of the lighthouse was removed in the 1950s, but the Alaska Lighthouse Association is having a new replica lantern room created and installed.
Tower Height: 25
Height of Focal Plane: 63
Characteristic and Range: White flash every 6 seconds.
Description of Tower: White cylindrical concrete tower on roof of fog signal building.
This light is operational
1 1/2 story wood frame keeper's quarters, cistern, boathouse.
1904: Hexagonal wooden tower.
Date Established: 1904
Date Present Tower Built: 1923
Date Automated: 1973
Optics: 1904: Fourth order (?) Fresnel lens; now solar powered 300mm optic.
Current Use: Active aid to navigation.
Open To Public? By arrangement.
Boat or float plane access only. Auke Bay Landing Craft and Excavation can provide transportation -- see www.aukebaylandingcraft.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Listed on the
National Register of Historic Places
Keepers: Charles E. McLeod (1926-1930)