NameLonely Island lighthouse
AddressSudbury ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

In the Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries for 1869, Peter Mitchell, the department's minister, wrote: 'In view of the importance of the interests connected with the navigation in the Georgian Bay, which is the great British highway of communication between Ontario and Fort William and the North West, I have recommended to Council that a lighthouse should be erected on Lonely Island in the Georgian Bay, which lies in the rack of vessels running between Collingwood and Sault Ste. Marie...
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Visitor Info
Lonely Island Lighthouse is best viewed from the air. The Fresnel lens from the lighthouse is on display at Huronian Museum in Midland. The lighthouse is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds/tower closed.

Coordinates45.57370, -81.46810
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