Sturgeon Point Lighthouse

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Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, built in 1869, once had a ghost that carried its dim light up the stairs to the tower at night. However, the tower is now walled up, and the wall sports a painted mural of a lighthouse keeper.

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    Geographic Information

    6071 E Point Rd
    Harrisville, MI 48740
    United States

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    44.71269443254479, -83.27263279261388
    Alcona County, Michigan
    Nearest Towns:
    Harrisville, MI (4.0 mi.)
    Lincoln, MI (7.1 mi.)
    Lost Lake Woods, MI (8.7 mi.)
    Hubbard Lake, MI (13.7 mi.)
    Ossineke, MI (15.5 mi.)
    Oscoda, MI (20.4 mi.)
    Au Sable, MI (21.1 mi.)
    Alpena, MI (25.4 mi.)
    East Tawas, MI (31.8 mi.)
    Tawas City, MI (32.9 mi.)


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