The lighthouse was relighted on March 10, 2012. 32 reviews of Battery Point Lighthouse "Battery Point Lighthouse is a must see when driving through Crescent City. In 1996, the lighthouse was transferred to the St. George Reef Lighthouse Preservation Society, which conducts ongoing restoration work as well as tours of the site by helicopter from October through June. Unlike the other famous lighthouse that's 9 miles out to sea (St. George Lighthouse), Battery Point is accessible by foot. The tours will be scheduled, weather permitting, Departing from the Crescent City Airport in a four place Raven R-44 helicopter, passengers enjoy a six minute flight to the lighthouse, landing on a 42 foot wide section of the caisson roof, near the base of the tower. Their reasonably priced tour is about one hour long and includes sought after views on top of the lighthouse. Due to progress in restoration efforts, the SGRLPS is offering helicopter flights and tours of the lighthouse to the public. The name change received a resounding thumbs up from Councilors and City Council candidate Herman Rinkel, who owns the Airbnb rentals Lighthouse Shores North and Lighthouse Shores South. All units come with a microwave, a refrigerator, a coffee machine, a bath, free toiletries and a wardrobe. Lighthouse Inn is located in Crescent City and offers a 24-hour front desk and a business center, along with free WiFi throughout the property. B attery Point Lighthouse is probably the most visited structure in Del Norte County is the Battery Point Lighthouse. The light can be seen from Brookings, Oregon, to Crescent City, California. Finding Lighthouse Shores taken, Crescent City staff, with help from visitors, decided Lighthouse Cove would be the perfect name for an upgraded RV park. This is in spite it only being accessible at low tide. Throughout the rest of the day it is an island located just offshore of Crescent City at the end of ‘A’ Street. Rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels.