Day-use Area 8am to Sunset
Visitor Center and Park Store Hours
Thursdays through Mondays 10am-4pm
147th Anniversary Celebration of the Pigeon Point Light Station
1– 5pm: Welcome tent – hosted by Coastside State Parks Association
1– 5pm: Food truck, face painting, live music & plant sale in picnic area
1– 5pm: Children’s activities in dining hall
1– 4:30pm: Grounds tours every 30 minutes, starting at flag pole
1–5pm: Author JoAnn Semones book signing in the fog signal building
5– 7pm: Visitor center/Fresnel lens & park store remain open
Join California State Parks and Coastside State Parks Association for the celebration of the 147th anniversary of Pigeon Point Light Station on Saturday, November 16 from 1 to 7pm. This free event includes tours, information booths, live music, face painting, children’s activities, maritime author JoAnn Semones, a food truck, and a native plant sale. The visitor center and park store will remain open through 7pm to show off the first order Fresnel lens, the original lighthouse beacon. For more information, please call (650) 879-2120, or email Volunteers.PigeonPoint@Parks.CA.gov. Event made possible by California State Parks and Coastside State Parks Association.
DOGS are not permitted on the lighthouse grounds (except for service animals).
ADMISSION & PARKING is free.
SMOKING is not permitted in the park.
DRONES are not allowed in the park. To protect wildlife and cultural resources, and for the safety and welfare of visitors and staff, the park is closed to the use of Model Aircraft, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and Gliders in flight.
FACILITIES — The park has restrooms near the parking lot, a pay phone, and limited picnic tables. A park store is located in the historic carpenter's shop. A small public beach is located 100 yards from the main parking lot.
PIGEON POINT HOSTEL is run by hosteling international for guests who are interested in staying overnight. For more information and reservations, please click here.
WEDDING & SPECAIL EVENT PERMITS: SMPermits@parks.ca.gov or (650) 726-8815
FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY PERMITS: For information on obtaining these permits please contact the park directly.