Sturgeon Point State Park
Sturgeon Point State Park is an undeveloped park that juts into Lake Huron and waves off the point conceal a long and shallow reef extending for almost a full mile beyond the visible confines of the land. The park is home to a lighthouse and museum, as well as a variety of Michigan flora and fauna and is sure to please!
There is parking for those visiting the lighthouse and museum that rests on the property. Thank you to the Alcona Historical Society that is responsible for the upkeep of the keeper’s quarters, lighthouse tower and Fresnel Lens within the tower.
Directions: Take US-23 north approximately 3 miles out of Harrisville, turn right onto Lakeshore Drive and continue approximately one mile to Point Road. Turn east onto Point Road and continue approximately 1 mile to the gravel road on the left that enters the lighthouse parking area. It is a short walk down the road to the lighthouse.
Before visiting a state park, boating site or
trail, it’s always a good idea to check the latest closures due to
weather-related events, planned improvement projects and repairs. Visit Michigan.gov/DNRClosures.
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