Grays Harbor Lighthouse
1020 W Ocean Ave
Grays Harbor Lighthouse was built at the entrance to Grays Harbor in 1898. At 107 feet tall, it is the tallest lighthouse in Washington and the third tallest on the west coast.
The lighthouse was built 400 feet from the Pacific coast. However, the jetty system at the mouth of Grays Harbor has led to a build up of sand, so today the lighthouse is more than 3000 feet from the coast. Much of that new land is now incorporated into Westport Light State Park.
Grays Harbor Lighthouse (W11A0035)
While you're in the area, check out these sights:
- Around Town, Westport, Washington
- Wildlife Heritage Sculpture Corridor, Raymond, Washington
- Surfing Sasquatch, Westport, Washington