NameMcNab Point lighthouse
AddressPort Elgin ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

To form a protective harbor at Southampton, two breakwaters were constructed: one extending seaward from the beach in Southampton, and a second arching towards the mainland from the northern tip of Chantry Island. A pair of range lights, known as Southampton Harbour Range, was built in 1876 to help guide mariners through the 400-foot gap in the breakwaters and into the protected anchorage...
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Visitor Info
The lighthouse sits in the backyard of a private residence, so is best seen from the water. A distant view is possible from Chantry Island. The lighthouse is owned by the Town of Saugeen Shores and leased to the Marine Heritage Society. Grounds/tower closed.

Coordinates44.47190, -81.39240
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