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Lighthouse is located inside Golden Hill State Park. Camping is available at park and also great day use area. Park entrance fee is $6 per car and lighthouse tours are $1 adults, 5-14 .50 and under 5 free. Great picnic area and playground for kiddos...More
I stopped here on a day trip with my son. It was fun to explore the grounds seeing the buildings and reading the history plaques. We toured the first floor museum and walked up the spiral lighthouse steps to the top. The view of Lake...More
I took my 13 year old son to this lighthouse while out exploring and geocaching in the area. It was on my list of places to check out for over a year. We had a nice time and probably stayed about an hour. We toured...More
I didn't find anything really special about the lighthouse. It was not open on the day I was there, so I was only able to look at the outside of the house. The house and grounds were very well maintained. On the left of the...More
We enjoyed having a great family time at Thirty Mile Point Lighthouse. It was my husband, myself and our 2 young adult children and it felt like a family retreat. The space was great. 3 nice bedrooms, a very usable clean and functional kitchen and...More
We visited this with our 11 year old daughter and she enjoyed it so much she bought a t-shirt. A guide will take you all the way to the top where you get an awesome view. Can rent a lighthouse cottage...that would be fun!!
I stayed in the lighthouse rental cottage for a few days with friends- it was so wonderful and relaxing! The cottage itself was immaculate and spacious- we each had our own bedroom with a queen bed. It felt great to truly disconnect and relax for...More
I am a lighthouse fanatic so getting to tour a lighthouse for a dollar was awesome! This lighthouse did not disappoint. Looking out over Lake Ontario reminds you how vast our world is and what amazing resources we have. If you are in the area...More
I never tire of visiting this grand old lighthouse, which I first visited over fifty years ago when I was a kid. Today I got to see the restored lightkeepers quarters for the first time and the Visitors Center in a separate building for the...More
We rented the lighthouse to stay in with friends. It was a great experience if you want to get away and "disconnect" from everyday life. Cell signal is spotty and the tv gets very limited antenna channels. There is also no Wifi. Take cards or...More