I have taken many trips through Wisconsin and Michigan. Here are some lighthouses I saw on those trips along Lake Michigan. They begin at the southeast end of Lake Michigan in Chicago, and continue north through Wisconsin along the west shore of the lake, east across Upper Michigan along the northern shore of the lake, and south along the east coast of Lake Michigan. You may click on the thumbnail photos to see a larger version of them.
Photographs I Took
Port Washington Lighthouse, Wisconsin
Manitowac Lighthouse, Wisconsin
Kewaunee Lighthouse, Wisconsin
Manistique Lighthouse, Michigan
Seul Choix Lighthouse, Michingan
Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, Michigan
McGulpin's Point Lighthouse, Michigan
Point Betsie Lighthouse, Michigan
Frankfort North Breakwater Light, Michigan
White River Lighthouse, Michigan
Photographs Others Took
Photographs of the following lighthouses are courtesy of John Black.
Little Sable Light
Ferrysburg Harbor Light
Holland Light (Big Red)
Big Sable Lighthouse
The Chicago Lighthouse can be seen from Lake Shore Drive in Chicago.
This photo was taken from Route 2 just east of Manistique. The photo below was taken from the Lakeview Park in Manistique at dusk.
The Seul Choix Lighthouse is south of Gulliver, about 11 miles east of Manistique. Below is another view of the lighthouse and a view of the lighthouse birdhouse in the yard. (See the sign here.)
Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse is located just below the Macinac Bridge in Lower Michigan.
Here's another view. You can see the Macinac Bridge in the background. (See the sign here).
This lighthouse, now a private residence, is located a few miles west of the Old Macinac Point Lighthouse.
Go to Lighthouses on Lake Michigan II
last updated 30 Nov 2002.
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