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Peninsula Point Lighthouse

The Peninsula Point Lighthouse was built in 1865 at the southern tip of the Stonington Peninsula in Bay de Noc township in Delta County, Michigan. It was designed to protect shipping from dangerous shoals and shallows. The light was decommissioned when the Minneapolis Shoal Light was put into service. The property was turned over to the National Forest Service. The keepers house burned down in 1959, leaving only the tower, which has had some repair work done over the years. The site includes picnic tables, grills, and pit toilets. It is accessible by a two-track dirt road that is not suitable for RVs or large trailers, so please drive carefully, especially at night, as the deer tend to congregate by the road!
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Lighthouses
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Keywords:Lake Michigan, Lake Michigan Circle Tour, Michigan, Peninsula Point, Peninsula Point Lighthouse, Upper Peninsula, architecture, autumn, blue skies, day, fall, historic building, lighthhouse, travel, vacation

Peninsula Point Lighthouse