Cuffey's Cove Cemetery
Much remains unknown about Cuffey's Cove but it's believed to have been settled around the 1850s. It enjoyed a brief period of prosperity due to lumber and potato crops. There was obviously a population boom evidenced by the large and sprawling cemetery. However, the dead laid to rest are all that remain aside from a nearby ranch house. The cemetery has special areas for Catholics and Protestants, although it is considered Catholic. Against the backdrop of the ocean and rocky coastline this is one of the more striking cemeteries of a long-dead ghost town. There's no formal parking place so you'll have to find a nearby spot along the side of the road that's wide enough for your car.