U.S. Coast Guard
The 1908 lighthouse at this location was demolished, and in 1946 the keeper's quarters was moved and became a private residence.
Tower Height: 63
Height of Focal Plane: 60
Characteristic and Range: One green flash and two white flashes, followed by 5 second darkness.
Description of Tower: Skeletal tower on top of Coast Guard air station hangar.
This light is operational
1865: Square tower on roof of keeper's house. 1908: Octagonal wooden tower on roof of keeper's house.
Date Established: 1865
Date Present Tower Built: 1936
Current Use: Active aid to navigation.
Open To Public? No.
Ediz Hook is a long spit extending into Port Angeles Harbor. This site is part of an active Coast Guard station and is not open to the public. There is a Coast Guard museum at the station that includes lighthouse-related items.
Mapquest URL: Click here to get a map to this lighthouse!
Keepers: George Smith (1865-?).