2012/287: Ontoganon Lighthouse
Ontoganon Light was the last lighthouse we visited in Michigan this past summer, and we almost didn’t get to see it because of rain.
We packed up that morning to slowly make our way back towards home. Ontoganon Lighthouse was a couple hours’ drive away, and thankfully the rain had stopped by the time we got there. We stopped for a view across the water first and then tried to get closer, but a little “No Trespassing” sign at the gate on the road leading to the lighthouse made us think that it’s probably better to turn around and take the official tour. I have to say that this tour was certainly worth the money (admission was very reasonable). It started at the gift shop/museum and then we all boarded a shuttle bus that took us to the lighthouse. The guide was very knowledgable and walking through each room, you were actually allowed to touch the things that were there!
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13. October, 2012 at 01:53
That’s really cool to get inside. I love the old typewriter and the spiral staircase. Is the bulb the one that lights the lighthouse itself? It looks different than I would have expected.
13. October, 2012 at 07:43
I have enjoyed seeing all of the light houses that you visited, this one included. Very nice tour!
13. October, 2012 at 21:47