Situated on Core Banks Island in Cape Lookout National Seashore, this lighthouse has made a comeback in both health and popularity. The lighthouse with its irresistible black-and-white “diamonds,” which originally were called “checkers” by the old U.S. Lighthouse Service, is an icon of the area. Bordered by the sound on one side and the ocean on the other, it is a beautiful place to spend a day or camp overnight. The primitive setting amidst coastal wilderness is rare today and to be protected and treasured.
Cape Lookout Lighthouse, North Carolina
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