ARCHIVED - Ontario's West Coast: Lights and Lighthouses along the Huron shore

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This page provides a guide to lighthouses and major fixed navigation aids along the Lake Huron shoreline from Point Edward - at the mouth of the St. Clair River - to the marvellous Imperial Tower on Cove Island - at the entrance to Georgian Bay. Included are current and historical images, as well as technical data for the lights, ranges, and related navigational aids.

Use the menu on the left to start your voyage.