Portland Headlight: Informally known as the Cape Elizabeth lighthouse, Portland Headlight is one of the most photographed lighthouses in America and the oldest in Maine. Located in Fort Williams Park, the lighthouse tower is not open to the public but there is a museum in the keeper’s house.
Fort Williams Park: Featuring 90 acres of rugged beauty on Casco Bay, Fort Williams Park is owned and operated by the Town of Cape Elizabeth. Here you can visit the iconic Portland Head Light and Museum, relish awe-inspiring ocean views, wander diverse natural environments, play on recreational sites, and discover ruins from a long maritime and military history.
Two Lights State Park: Encompassing 41 acres of rocky headlands, Two Lights State Park is a popular point of destination. Standing high above the rocky coast and rolling surf, visitors have sweeping views of Casco Bay and the open Atlantic. Picnic tables situated on the hills facing the ocean afford visitors spectacular views. Strollers and hikers can enjoy sea breezes along shoreline trails and watch ships sailing into and out of Portland Harbor.