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  • Alpena Light - Alpena

    While the Alpena Light may not be a typical lighthouse, it does meet the criteria to be called one. Located at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River, the 80-foot skeletal tower is best viewed from the transient docks at the City of...

  • Au Sable Light Station - Grand Marais

    The AuSable Light Station is listed on the national register of historic places. Built in 1874 to warn mariners of a dangerous reef off of the AuSable Point. Now automated, the light station is being restored to its 1910 appearance....

  • Beaver Head Lighthouse - Beaver Island

    This lighthouse is located at the Beaver Head on the southern end of Beaver Island which was built in 1858, decommissioned in 1962. During the summer months from 8 am to 9 pm, you can climb the tower and view the beautiful waters below.

  • Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast - Big Bay

    One of the few surviving resident lighthouses in the country, our guests enjoy half-mile of Lake Superior shore, viewing tower, sauna, library and fireplaces. Enjoy biking, waterfalls, skiing and snowmobiling nearby. Summer lighthouse...

  • Big Red Lighthouse - Holland

    This lighthouse is also known at "Big Red", is best viewed from the north side of the channel at Holland State Park. This three-story building- topped with a gray-shingled roof, square tower is one of the most unusual lights in...

  • Big Sable Point Lighthouse - Ludington

    Big Sable Point Lighthouse was the first station constructed in this area. The Ludington North Breakwater Light in downtown Ludington guides vessels through the channel connecting the harbor, Pere Marquette River, and Lake Michigan....

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