NameMohawk Island lighthouse
AddressWelland ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

The first Welland Canal, which links Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, bypassing Niagara Falls, was constructed between 1824 and 1829. As part of this work, a feeder canal was run from a dam constructed on the Grand River at present-day Dunnville to provide water for the locks in the main canal...
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Visitor Info
From Highway 3 (Broad Street) in Dunnville, turn south onto Taylor Road, which will shortly become North Shore Road. After 9. 6 km (6 miles), turn south onto Pyle Road and continue to its end at the shoreline where you can get a good view of Mohawk Island Lighthouse. You can also get a view of the lighthouse from Rock Point Provincial Park Owner of lighthouse unknown. As the island is a bird sanctuary, it is closed from April 1st until August 1st.

Coordinates42.83401, -79.52269
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