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Small lighthouse with a plaque. It's pretty basic. Parking is free, it's easy to find. No entry, close to 'downtown' Manitowaning. Cute town to get out of the car and stretch your legs in, and this lighthouse is part of it.
My husband & I took a walk around manitowaning one evening when we were spending the night & found the lighthouse quite by accident. We have visited several lighthouses over the years as we find them & the stories surrounding them quite interesting. This one...More
You really just need a minute or two in order to view this lighthouse. We dropped in because I enjoy seeing lighthouses and are staying at My Friends Inn. Rustic, but in good shape. Nice spot to pull
Over on side of the street. View...More
Built in 1885, Manitowaning Lighthouse is square, wooden, pyramidal tower that stands 34 feet (10.3m) tall from its base to the weather vane on top of lantern room. It stands alone in a field at the end of Arthur Street at the top of a...More
The lighthouse is at the end of Arthur street so the map is slightly off. The town is beautiful and there's some great view points of the bay but there's lots of mature trees in the way of seeing anything from the actual lighthouse.
Manitoulin does not lack in lighthouses, and this is one of many. However, it is easy to get to from the main road toward Little Current in a few minutes, and has a few other nice local landmarks within a short walking distance.