Nauset Light is a red and white lighthouse in Eastham MA

Nauset Light Cape Cod as a digital painting

The lighthouse used to be at the edge of the bluff overlooking the Cape Cod National Seashore. The National Seashore is a National Park property that was created in 1961 by John F. Kennedy. It encompasses 43,607 acres in Massachusetts, including ponds, woods and beachfront of the Atlantic coastal region.
Before Nauset lighthouse was moved down from Chatham it was a twin light there. When it was decided that the three sisters (3 shorter wooden lighthouses) would be removed, Nauset was dismantled and brought to sit above on a high bluff overlooking the seashore.
The three sisters were moved a short distance down the road and can still be visited. Due to erosion, the lighthouse and keepers house were moved from the edge of the bluff in 1995 and brought 300’ back from the edge.
The lighthouse is now a National park property and is open in the summer for tours by National park rangers.

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