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Bush Point Lighthouse

  • Built 1933

The Bush Point Lighthouse was built in 1933 to guide mariners through the middle reaches of Admiralty Inlet into Puget Sound. The light sits atop a 20-foot pyramidal concrete tower painted white with blue trim. No other structures are associated with the tower. The lighthouse is located approximately three miles west of Freeland, on Whidbey Island, just off Bush Point Road.

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  • 206-903-0245
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  • Address
  • S Smugglers Cove Rd & S Scurlock Rd, Central Whidbey, WA 98249, USA
  • Lat/Long
  • 48.0260503 / -122.5951689
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