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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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating Based on 24 reviews
October 1, 2016
John T
The lighthouse (more properly the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse) is the only Screwpile lighthouse still in its original locations. It's been there for well over 100 years and is only accessible by...
September 22, 2016
Eugene H
Whilst only accessible by water it is worth a trip to see it on it's rock pile. I have sailed by it for years and also like seeing it as these are phasing out
August 16, 2016
Tracy R
This is the last screwpile lighthouse that is standing in its original place. There are a few that have been relocated and converted to museums. You have to view this lovely lighthouse by boat...