There has been a lot of activity at the Point No Point Light Station, WA since we arrived in 2008, and the time and energy given to this historic landmark, so tightly connected to the maritime history of Puget Sound, is second only to the passion, pride, and sense of ownership the lighthouse community has for this property.

When the U.S. Lighthouse Society was welcomed to Hansville’s Point No Point Light Station, the nonprofit organization in cooperation with Kitsap Country Parks and the Friends of Point No Point, identified restoration projects for the three historic structures on the basis of priority. The successful restoration of the historic Keeper’s Workshop was first and the lighthouse itself was a close second. The amount raised for these projects exceeded $200,000 and came from generous state and federal grants. Additional monies have been raised from the income generated by the Point No Point Vacation Rental, and the rent the U.S. Lighthouse Society pays to occupy the premises. It is this money that has allowed a number of projects inside the Keeper’s House, including the rehabilitation of the entire attic, new central heating, and electrical work.

For more information about Point No Point Lighthouse or the U.S. Lighthouse Society, please contact us.   
Phone: (415) 362-7255