Grand Traverse Lighthouse
(Michigan, USA)







Photograph by
Darryl Chapman
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman
Photograph by
Cindy Freeman






Grand Traverse Lighthouse was built in 1853. The tower is square, and the keeper's quarters is a large, two-story brick building. The lighthouse was retired in 1972. The structure now houses a lighthouse museum. The new days and hours are as follows:
May 1-May 31 open 7 days a week from 12PM -4PM
June 1-Labor Day open 7 days a week from 10:00AM - 7 PM
Labor Day - Oct 31 open 7 days a week from 12 PM -4PM
Nov open Sat & Sun only from 12-4 PM

***Directions: The lighthouse is located in Leelanau State Park, at the end a long peninsula pointing northward into Lake Michigan. From Traverse City follow M-22 to Northport and then CR-201 to the park.

***If you have a photo of this lighthouse, that you'd like to share...please email me.







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