Leonardtown, MD –  If you enjoy lighthouses, you’ll want to take advantage of the opportunity to visit them and get a free souvenir just for showing up. 

Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Blakistone Lighthouse on St. Clement’s Island State Park will join lighthouses throughout Maryland for the 2019 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge September 21 -22.

The road rally event is held every other September and features lighthouses and light ships on the Chesapeake Bay.

Ten lighthouses, one lightship, and two bonnus lighthouses will take part this year in the event organized by the Chesapeake Chapter of the U.S. Lighthouse Society.

Everyone is invited to  visit the land-accessible lighthouses of Maryland where they can receive free souvenirs at each participating lighthouse, with a special souvenir for those who visit all of them.

The Challenge Lights include Sandy Point Lighthouse, Choptank River Replica, Concord Point, Seven Foot Knoll, the Chesapeake Lightship, Hooper Strait, Cove Point, Drum Point, Point Lookout, Piney Point and Fort Washington. Bonus Lights include two beautiful locations: Millers  Island Lighthouse and Blackistone Lighthouse Replica on St. Clement’s Island State Park.

For more information about the 2019 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge, click here.