Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park is located just south of San Francisco, California on the west coast. The lighthouse stands 115ft tall making it the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast. First lit in 1872, the lighthouse has been guiding mariners for 150 years and remains a beacon of California maritime history. CyArk completed documentation of the lighthouse in 2022 to support ongoing restoration of the site and provide access to the lighthouse for public audiences. Generous support for the documentation and creation of the Tapestry tour came from the Coastside State Parks Association and the San Mateo County President of the Board of Supervisors, Don Horsley.