NameMidland Point Range Front lighthouse
AddressMidland ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

Founded in 1871 after being selected as the terminus for a railway, Midland has been home to the Midland Shipbuilding Company, the Georgian Bay Shipbuilding and Wrecking Company, and The Midland Boat Works, which have built some of the largest vessels to ply the Great Lakes. At the opening of navigation in 1899, the Department of Marine established two sets of day beacons to help mariners reach Midland...
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Visitor Info
From Highway 12 in Midland, go north on King Street for 2. 1 km (1. 3 miles), then turn left onto Yonge Street. After a few blocks, turn right onto Fourth Street, which will become Sunnyside Drive. From Sunnyside Drive, turn right onto Harbourview Drive, then left onto Fuller Avenue, and finally right onto Midland Point Road. Midland Point Range Front Lighthouse is located at the end of Midland Point Road. Trees prevent a good view of the front range lighthouse from land, so your best option is viewing it from the water. The lighthouse is privately owned. Grounds/tower closed.

Coordinates44.78679, -79.86580
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