Top 5 Beautiful Lake Superior Lighthouse

Whitefish Point Lighthouse:is the longest-running lighthouse on Lake Superior and one of the first to be built on its shores, finished in 1848 and in operation since 1849. 

Au Sable Point Lighthouse : located on the northern tip of Grand Island within the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, was built over two years on a budget of $40,000 from Congress.

Big Bay Point Lighthouse:was originally commissioned by Congress on February 15th, 1893, and $25,000 was allotted for its assembly. The state of Michigan began construction in May of 1896.

Point Iroquois Lighthouse:The 65 feet tall Point Iroquois Lighthouse stands at the intersection of St. Mary’s River and Whitefish Bay, where Lake Superior flows into its neighboring Great Lakes.

Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse: is one of the more unique lighthouses on Lake Superior. Built on the southern shore of Grand Island in 1868 just north of Munising, Michigan.

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