Lighthouse Point

Lighthouse Point, Florida

Lighthouse Point

Lighthouse Point is a small town colored by its informal affluence and leisurely pace. Incorporated in 1956, Lighthouse Point has few remaining vacant lots today. The attractive neighborhood is peaceful, tree shaded, and water-laced.

Sitting under the beam of the famed Hillsboro Lighthouse, which has stood constant guard over the Hillsboro Inlet since 1906 and for which the town is named, lives Lighthouse Point's Intracoastal Waterway. Federal Highway, west of the community, you can find excellent shopping centers, restaurants, and other business establishments.

The neighborhood provides approximately 20 acres of parks and mini-parks and 13 miles of sidewalks and bike paths. A community full of natural wonders, Lighthouse Point is a great place for anyone who is looking to relax and enjoy the many scenic sights.