Christmas, MI: Christmas Light / Grand Island Harbor Range Rear Light

On our way back to Marquette from Pictures Rocks, we had one mission (besides keeping the setting sun out of our eyes): find the Christmas Lighthouse.


Also called the Grand Island Harbor Range Light. As you see, we succeeded, but it was not easy. Actually, it had a lot to do with luck and the fact that Eric had some kind of internal lighthouse finder going on inside his head on this trip. He is also very lucky by nature, and he happened to see the top of the this lighthouse at just the right moment before we passed it.

The point is, the Christmas Light is not near the water. If you are looking for it, if you're heading toward Marquette, it's on the left side of the road, down a drive, in a clearing. Apparently, "it's easier to see in the winter" when the trees are bare, and it gets decorated with Christmas lights! It would be awesome to see a lighthouse decked out in Christmas lights.

We totally missed the Front Range Light in this set, but it looks like it's just across the street.

Have you been to Christmas, Michigan? Everything there is Christmas themed, which if you know us and our Christmas-decorating habits, was awesome. I made a Christmas in July joke. We stopped at a store with a giant Santa out front and picked up some Christmas cards for 75% off and an ornament with the lighthouse on it.


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