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We wanted to visit some lighthouses while we were in the area. They did not disappoint. The New and Old lighthouses were still very well maintained. Though we didn't climb the steps in the new lighthouse the desk lady let me take a picture. She...More
Built in 1870, it replaced the 1840 harbor light. There are three main structures; the museum; keeper's house, and light tower. The light station grounds also have a playground, picnic area, nature trails, and a covered area at the tip of the peninsula for viewing....More
We came to visit during closed hours. Took the path out to the lake and enjoyed the sites. It is very rocky at the waters edge, but breathtaking nonetheless! Loved taking in the fresh air, waves, and scenery. Well maintained, pavilion looked beautiful, and trails...More
We loved the experience of visiting the 1870 lighthouse. The gift shop was nice and offered tours to the top of the lighthouse. Three dollars for adults and two for kids. The keepers house is free to tour and offers guided tours. The house is...More
This lighthouse is the tallest that you can climb on the Great Lakes...which allows for fabulous views!! Once you climb the 130ish stairs to the top and catch your breath, you can take in the tip of the Presque isle peninsula! Well worth the climb
If you like history and/or lighthouses, the new Presque Isle lighthouse, built in 1870, is definitely worth a visit. Apart from the views, which are amazing, the lighthouse has been restored so as to present its history in a fascinating and informative way. Next to...More
Although this is off the beaten track it's worth a stop. Great view of Lake Huron from the top of the lighthouse. There is a charge to go up the 100+ steps. The lightkeepers house is definitely worth looking at. There are swings on site...More