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Barnegat Lighthouse State Park in New Jersey USA
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A view here of the Barnegat Lighthouse from the maritime forest trails at the New Jersey Barnegat Lighthouse State Park on Long Beach Island.

This area is a popular seaside retreat during the summertime for folks in the northeast USA.  The lighthouse was built in 1859 and is located at the northern tip of the island and sightseers can enter the lighthouse and visit the Interpretive Center adjacent to it to learn about its history.  A short trail loop is also adjacent to the lighthouse for individuals to explore the seaside forest flora which survives the vast development on the island.

Copyright: Elizabeth martinson gentile
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Uploaded: 18/07/2010
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