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Sturgeon Point Lighthouse

Blueways Water Trail Access Site

Access Type: Via Paved Road


Launch Type: Carry-in Launching (Kayak)

Beach Type: Sand/Gravel

Beach Approach: Low Banks

Vehicle Parking: 8 spaces


- Restrooms

Day Use Facilities:

- Picnic Area

- Interpretive Facilities

- Cultural or Historic Site


Sturgeon Point Lighthouse – is a historic site open part of the year to the public. Access is at a road end with an easy haul to the beach; There are occasional rocks and shoals that can be a problem during heavy seas. It is around 4 miles South to Harrisville and 8 Miles North to Black River. Shoreline is predominately private, there is some US Forest Service ownership between Sturgeon Point and Black River that could be used for wilderness low impact camping.

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Public Restrooms

GPS Coordinates:
44.71082, -83.27183
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