NameLeamington lighthouse
AddressLeamington ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

Leamington had its beginnings in 1833 when Alex Wilkinson obtained a patent for a lot located in what is now the heart of Leamington. After Wilkinson was joined by others, this early settlement was known as Wilkinson Corners until it received a post office in 1854 and William Gaines, the owner of a mill, suggested changing the name to Gainesborough...
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Visitor Info
From Highway 34 (Talbot Street) or Highway 48 (Oak Street), turn south onto Erie Street and drive south towards Lake Erie. Turn onto Seacliff Drive, about two blocks before the lake, and then take your first left onto Forest Street. When Forest Street ends, turn left onto Park Street, and Leamington Lighthouse should be visible on your right in the private Lighthouse Club community. The lighthouse is owned by Lighthouse Club. Grounds/tower closed.

Coordinates42.03031, -82.60316
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