Isle Au Haut Light
Champlain named the island "High Island" as its elevation is 556 feet.
The lighthouse was built in 1907 for $14,000 and was the last traditional style lighthouse built in Maine. The tower is slightly offshore and is reached via a wooden walkway. The keeper's house is privately owned and the lighthouse itself is now maintained by the Town of Isle au Haut. It is a solar powered light and remains an active aid to navigation.
For more information on the light and how to get your lighthouse passport stamped, visit the Deer Isle Lighthouse Trail website.
Location: Robinson Point, Isle Au Haut