Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse

Mouth of the South River, Annapolis, MD 21403 Get Directions
Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse
Erected in 1875, this was one of the last manned lighthouses on the Chesapeake Bay and is one of the few surviving screwpile offshore lighthouses.  It is a national landmark best seen by boat.



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July 12, 2017
Mark H
we have fished near there & boating near it but never came to close. we were out boating & got a closer look. it is a sight to see. you wonder how how it was built there on the rocks. if you want...
April 26, 2017
This is a quintessential Chesapeake Bay lighthouse on the middle of the bay at the mouth of the South River just south of Annapolis. It is only accessible by boat. There is no access to the...
April 8, 2017
We cruised by this lighthouse today during a cruise on the water during daylight. It was a beacon ahead in the Chesapeake Bay.