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“a classic piece of Michigan history”
Built in 1870, this light is now maintained by Peninsula Township and short-term keepers are allowed to live in the lighthouse. It is half way between the North Pole and the Equator exactly on the 45th parallel. It was decommissioned in 1933. Hours are 10am to 5pm, daily, May - October and weekends only November. Park, beach and trails always open. Self-guided tours are available seven days a week from which includes access to the tower. To confirm these times call first. Available at no charge is the Hessler Log Cabin, a restored turn of the century log cabin on the lighthouse grounds. Adults - $4, Children - $2, Children five and under - free. Grounds open, dwelling/tower open in season.
We couldn't get in because it was closed. At 5pm. Sad face. The beach that surrounds the lighthouse is really pretty and has a cove at the end and neat found art of driftwood! I recommend the... Read more
This is a lovely spot to visit. Beautiful area with a beach below the Lighthouse and lovely grounds. We could not go inside but we enjoyed the walk and reading the signs. Read more
Driving up Mission Point is a relaxing casual drive through rural farms and winery country. When you get to the point of the peninsula you are rewarded with the Mission Point Lighthouse which has... Read more
Mission Point Lighthouse
- Sun, Mon, Thu - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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