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All reviews light house cedar point great lakes climb the stairs small fee labor day kelly's island great pictures lifesaving station beautiful area state park small museum afraid of heights keeper's house nice park take pictures worth a stop
It is worth the 76 steps to the top to see the amazing view of the islands, Cedar Point and surrounding lake view. Lots of interesting history as well told here and in photos and memorabilia in the museum/historical center.
Pick a date the keeper's house, lifesaving station, and lighthouse are all open...great volunteers, museum, gift shop, and small fee to climb the lighthouse. We lucked into the annual Lakeside Perch Festival with a fish fry and vendors. Don't miss the Confederate Cemetery on a...More
I came to climb the tower and I did, in the first group at 12 noon sharp. The cost is 3 bucks to go up. The wind was wild at the top and fixing to rain. The man who was stationed at the top said...More
Marblehead lighthouse was built in 1821 and is funded by the Marblehead Loghtouse Historical Society. The fee to climb the 77 steps to the top if $3.00 (cash only). Once on the walkway at the top, you can see Kelly's Island and Puttin Bay (in...More
This lighthouse is nice and makes a good photo op. I loved that you could have access to the rock shoreline and be right next to the water. There was plenty of trees in the area so you can always get out of the sun....More
A friend and I visited the lighthouse and the surrounding park. The volunteers that worked there were quite knowledgeable about the lighthouse and its history. The park with its view of Lake Erie were also beautiful
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The park is free. Parking at times may be a challenge if this is the case just circle around and wait , something will open up. The lighthouse may not always be open. From what I have read in the past there is a minimal fee... More
The park is free. Parking at times may be a challenge if this is the case just circle around and wait , something will open up. The lighthouse may not always be open. From what I have read in the past there is a minimal fee to tour the lighthouse if it is open. It does not take away from the experience because the setting is beautiful, You can read the historical plaques and walk around the grounds which are lakefront, It is also a nice area to have a picnic.