“lighthouse at the Ludington State Park”
Big Sable Point Lighthouse was the first station constructed in this area. The Ludington North Breakwater Light in downtown Ludington guides vessels through the channel connecting the harbor, Pere Marquette River, and Lake Michigan. You can walk along the beach or the road in the Ludington State Park to reach the lighthouse. Association maintains the Big Sable Point Lighthouse, north of Ludington State Park. The lighthouse is open for tours daily 10am-5pm from May 1 to October 26, 2014. You can climb to the top, or visit the gift shop, located in the originial Keeper's Quarters. Lighthouse in the Dunes Field Trips are available by registering in advance with Alan Wernette, State Park Naturalist, at (231) 843-9261. Or you can e-mail Alan at Wernettea@michigan.gov. There is a $3 donation fee to tour the lighthouse; $1 for children 11 & under. On selected Saturdays through the summer, buses transport visitors from the park rangers house located just inside Ludington State Park to the lighthouse and back for an additional transportation fee. Buses are available from 12pm to 5pm on those days, and round-trip fee is $4 for adults and $2 for children 11 & under; one-way fees are $2 for adults and $1 for children 11 & under.
You have just got to climb to the top it's wonderful an if you look the right direction you can see Chicago
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Big Sable Point Light
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