NameBrebeuf Island lighthouse
AddressMidland ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

Two pairs of day beacons were established at the opening of navigation in 1899 to help guide mariners into Severn Sound and its communities of Penetanguishene, Midland, Victoria Harbour, and Port McNicoll. The first pair consisted of a fifteen-foot-pole with horizontal slatwork placed on the northern end of Brebeuf Island and a similar structure with a height of twenty-four feet that was erected on the western shore of Beausoleil Island...
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Visitor Info
Brebeuf Island Lighthouse is best seen by boat. You can get a view of the lighthouse from Beausoleil Island, which is part of Georgian Bay Islands National Park and accessible by ferry. Georgian Bay Water Services offers tours that can include the opportunity to photograph the lighthouse. The lighthouse is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds/tower closed.

Coordinates44.87670, -79.88447
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