Jimmy and I had one of those kinds of days just last week.
Surprisingly, it actually wasn’t as bad as it could have been. In fact, I had a great time going round in circles;
We even found a pet cemetery just beyond the museum grounds but fortunately, no sign of Stephen King busy with yet another macabre story.
We were off like a herd of turtles!
It felt a little confining at first with the boundaries so defined and yet nebulous (I know; it doesn't make a lot of sense; paradigm shifts rarely do).
The Bottom Line on Ponce Inlet Lighthouse:
Verdict: All 175 feet of history was spectacular! I had more fun losing two pounds than anything I might have done in the gym. Good for families, athletes, history buffs and even senior citizens. The quaint buildings were full of history and reminiscent of Williamsburg, Virginia with a lighthouse thrown in for good measure.
Insider Information: You're going to need good shoes for this climb, and a good ticker. Go early or late in the afternoon to avoid the crowds and the heat. And take a friend with you; misery always loves company.
How to Get There: I-95 to exit 256 @ SR 421Dunlawton Ave. East to Atlantic Ave. Head south to Ponce Inlet. Turn right at stop sign onto Beach Street. Turn left at stop sign onto S. Peninsula Drive. Lighthouse located at 4931 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet, Florida 32127.
Nearby Food: Nothing up top, but with Daytona Beach 10 miles north, the options are plentiful.