A Traveler's Guide to 116 Western Great Lakes Lighthouses


These beautiful, historic lighthouses are spread around the long, blue western Great Lakes coastline---from Michigan City, Indiana, up the west shore of Lake Michigan, around the tip of Lake Superior and along its rugged north shore, and down the east shore of Lake Huron.  These silent sentinels make outstanding travel destinations.  Their towers stand at the edge of precipitous bluffs, nestle in soft dunes, perch at the end of urban piers, and rise up from isolated wave-swept shoals.  Some of the most beautiful are centerpieces at scenic parks.  Each one invites readers to take to the road to visit some of the most beautiful areas around the Great Lakes.