|Battery Point Light, (LighthouseFriends.com)|
The Battery Point Light may not be the most dramatic or breath-taking lighthouse on the Pacific Northwest coast; it is, however, a lovely place to pause on your road trip along Hwy. 101 when you are traveling through Crescent City in northern California.
The lighthouse is very picturesque on a small island just off shore. If you arrive at low tide, you can stroll across the road that leads to the lighthouse grounds where there are beautiful 360-degree views. And, it’s free.
Battery Point Light
577 H St, Crescent City, CA 95531-3743
While in Crescent City, for another free activity, check out another RV Short Stop — the ‘Rumiano — California’s oldest family-owned cheese company. They offer samples of their cheeses and a view of the production area.
For nearby public RV and tent camping, click on: the Florence Keller County Campground in Crescent City, where we dry-camped in our truck/camper for four days.
To read more articles about the RV lifestyle by Julianne G Crane, go to RVWheelLife.com.