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Crisp Point Lighthouse

Crisp Point Lighthouse was named after Christopher Crisp, a Life Saving Station keeper. It is located on the Lake Superior Shore approximately 14 miles west of Whitefish Point in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Access to the lighthouse by land is by dirt roads, so if you plan to visit, a truck or SUV with good clearance is recommended. 4-wheel drive is recommended if you plan to visit in winter. Be aware of conditions before starting out! Volunteers help maintain the buildings during warm months. You can climb the tower. There is now an operational LED light. Much work has been done to add stones to help prevent erosion from threatening the lighthouse.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Lighthouses
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Keywords:Crisp Point, Crisp Point Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Superior, Lake Superior Circle Tour, architecture, autumn, building, fall, historic, historic building, lake life, lighthouse, pink clouds, structure, sunset, tourism, tourist destination, travel, vacation

Crisp Point Lighthouse