Peninsula Point Lighthouse

Peninsula Point Lighthouse

Built in 1864 to aid sailing ships to avoid dangerous shoals hidden off the channels. The 1 1/2 story brick home was destroyed in 1959 by fire, but the 40 foot light tower is open. Also, a hiking trail through the wooded shoreline offers down to earth wildlife viewing. Commonly seen are ducks, geese, gulls and shorebirds. During the migration seasons look for monarch butterflies, spring warblers and blue herons. Restrooms and picnic areas are available.

Peninsula Point Lighthouse Web Site

Contact Information


Country Road 513

19 miles south of Rapid River

Rapid River, MI 49878

Driving Directions

Phone: (906) 789-7862

Location of Peninsula Point Lighthouse

Map of Michigan