The Mohegan Bluffs rise abruptly to a height of about 200 feet above the sea and stretch for nearly three miles along the southern shore, offering spectacular scenery. The lighthouse, visited by President Grant, has one of the most powerful electric beacons on the eastern United States coast. The lighthouse was moved from the edge of the Bluffs in 1993. Restoration of the National Historic Landmark structure is underway.
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