Home of the Crooked River Lighthouse and the Carrabelle Lighthouse Association
The Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop is open from noon to 5:00 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. Weather permitting, you can climb the Crooked River Lighthouse on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00p.m. The cost for climbing the lighthouse is $5.00 per person. All climbers must be 44 inches tall.
The Crooked River Lighthouse Park is publicly owned and operated as a historic and natural resource conservation site and outdoor recreation area. Map to park.
We need your help!! Please consider a donation to fund replacing the Pirate Ship, Carrabella that was destroyed by fire on May 10,2015. Link to donation site.
A HUGE "THANK YOU" to St. James Golf Resort for the donation of pine straw mulch for our walking path.
Crooked River Lighthouse is in desperate need of volunteers. Please consider giving a day to your community heritage.
WOW!!! Thank you Bo May for the night time photo of the CRL.
Franklin County 6th grade students visit the Crooked River Lighthouse for a fun-filled learning adventure.
The crew of the replica ships, Nina and Pinta visited the Crooked River Lighthouse and enjoyed a night-time climb. Visit their webpage to follow the adventure. http://www.thenina.com/
Sad news for the Crooked River Lighthouse Museum. The Coast Guard has denied our request for the loan of the original 4th Order Fresnel Lens. USCG letter