The Terence Bay Lighthouse is a 26-foot-high wooden tower with a fluorescent red light at the top of its head. Historically, this tower was designed to help with marine navigation to keep fishing communities safe.
The area is a well-known tourist attraction where visitors can engage in cranberry picking, kayaking and hiking. The lighthouse has long been an inspiration to local artists and a popular area for young students to spend summer camp.
Photos: Robert Kruk; Dennis Jarvis, flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0